Household Hazards For Cats: Foods, Medications, Plants, and More

As the pet parent of a cat, it is your responsibility to make sure your home environment is free from harm

Top Household Hazards For Cats

In this article, we’re going to talk about how to keep your cat safe. Cats are very curious by nature, they’re constantly exploring their environment and investigating new sights smells and tastes, and many of them like marmalade will eat anything they can get their paws on. Here’s a list of household hazards for cats you should pay particular attention to.

Top common household hazards for cats

1. Human medications

Household Hazards For Cats - Human medications

Prescription and over-the-counter drugs such as painkillers, cold meds, antidepressants, and dietary supplements are probably the most dangerous things we have for cats in our homes. Cats can grab pills from containers or quickly eat meds that are accidentally dropped on the floor. So it’s essential to keep them tucked away in cabinets or places they don’t have access to. If your cat a problem solvers and manage to open doors by themselves, install childproof latches.

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