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Paws for thought after your Easter celebrations 


If you have been celebrating Easter, there are a few things you should know for the health and safety of your pet.

Of course, celebrations are always fun but some items around Easter time can pose a threat.


Chocolate and sweets should be kept away from cats at all times of the year. While some sweets might just cause an upset stomach, chocolate is toxic to cats and can cause severe illness and even death if ingested. If your cat has gotten into any chocolates be sure to seek veterinary attention right away.


Lilies are one of the most toxic plants to cats but they’re probably the most common Easter flower. If your cat ingests the plant, flowers or even the pollen they could face serious consequences. True lilies like the Easter lily cause acute renal failure in cats. Once kidneys are damaged your cat will need special care throughout the rest of their life and may not even survive the illness. The best thing to do is to keep lilies out of the house if you have cats.

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For more details and to arrange to meet Batman, contact DALILA 697342187.

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