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 How do i keep cats out of house plants?

Answer Use Sticky Paws for PlantsMost cats love to shred plants because they're in dirt. To keep cats out of the dirt, try using Sticky Paws for Plants and apply as directed. Cats hate the stickiness of t... Read More »
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Are house plants bad for cats?

On One Hand: Toxic PlantsThe Cat Fanciers' Association has published a list of over 200 plants that are poisonous for cats. In some cases, just a certain part of houseplants, like the leaves, bark,... Read More »
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Do cats actually "spray" in the corners of the house They are all fixed. But my mom insists that my cats?

Male cats spray even when they are fixed. With that many cats they may feel the need to mark their territory. I had 3 cats and my oldest was a male, wasn't bothered when I brought home a female. 2 ... Read More »
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Can guinea pigs eat house plants and what house plants can they eat?

You have to be very careful feeding plants to guinea pigs as many are poisonous. Here is a short list of what is safe to feed them: Dandelion leaves,grasscolt's footmeadow horsetailchickweedyarrow... Read More »
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House Plants That Grow Baby Plants on Their Leaves?

Vegetative apomixis is a form of asexual reproduction that enables certain plant species to reproduce without fertilization. Several varieties of the Bryophyllum genus reproduce in this manner; the... Read More »
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