Do cats like geraniums?

Table of contents:

  1. Do cats like geraniums?
  2. Are geraniums toxic?
  3. Will Boston ferns hurt cats?
  4. What plants are not cat friendly?
  5. Why is my cat obsessed with corn?

Do cats like geraniums?

Some plants, including flowering varieties, are poisonous or toxic to cats. Geraniums (Pelargonium spp.) are one such plant that is mildly harmful to both dogs and cats. Cats, being the curious creatures they are, may nibble on or even swallow parts of a geranium.

Are geraniums toxic?

Geraniums are not poisonous to humans or pets, and they have a variety of uses. In 2006, geraniums were voted the herb of the year. They are utilized for teas, cakes, astrigents and compresses.

Will Boston ferns hurt cats?

According to the ASPCA, Boston ferns are non-toxic to both cats and dogs. The University of Nebraska lists the Boston fern as non-toxic to humans as well. Boston ferns prefer a humid environment and indirect sunlight.

What plants are not cat friendly?

Here are plants that you should keep away from your cat:

  • Aloe vera.
  • Azalea.
  • Castor bean.
  • Chrysanthemum.
  • Cyclamen.
  • Daffodil.
  • Daisy.
  • English ivy.

Why is my cat obsessed with corn?

Why does he do this? Many young cats like to chew on plant material like grass and leaves, so this may be why corn husks appeal to him. They are not toxic to cats, but if he eats large amounts I would be concerned about causing a possible intestinal obstruction since they are not easily digestible.