March is National Pet Poison Prevention Month and should serve as a reminder to all pet owners to watch out for both natural and processed pet toxins.

Animal poisons come in a range of shapes and sizes. From medication and cleaning products to plants and human food. 

Milo is inspecting his foster meowmies new indoor plants! So many indoor plants are toxic to our furry friends, it’s important that we ensure all our indoor plants are safe for our curious cats.

The plants pictured are (left to right):

  • Calathea
  • Spider Plant
  • Polystichum Fern
  • Fittonia
  • Palour Palm 

Prevention is always the safest option so please make sure you are educated on what the risks are in your pet’s environment so that you can minimise them to protect your furry loved ones. You can find out lots of informative information on the Australian Animal Poisons Helpline website. 

If you suspect your pet has been poisoned, please contact AAPH immediately for specialist advice or take your pet straight to your veterinarian.

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