- Oleandro Nerium oleander
- Ricino Ricinus communis
- Rododendro e azalee
- Crocus nudiflorus
With spring, the desire to garden grows, by filling balconies, windowsills and gardens with plants and flowers.
Colors and scents are something that cannot be renounced and irresistible. But if you have a cat, pay attention to his curiosity. Some cats, in fact, are very curious and tend to get too close to plants and flowers. Sometimes to taste them. And not all botanicals are safe for our kitty.
Beware of these plants, which are toxic to cats (although very common for decorating open spaces):
Oleander and Nerium oleander
Rhododendron and azaleas