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Cat Owner Writes PSA About The Dangers Of Lilies

Some of you may already know the dangers lilies, among other plants, pose to our beloved fur babies. However, some may not and that is why sharing such information is so crucial... it may just save a life. 

Lilies are poisonous to cats and dogs, and one owner, Lindsey Warnock, had to discover that the hard way. Don't worry, her cat Willow is doing just fine now, but it's a story all pet owners should take heed of. 

Always do research before bringing a plant home, here is a list of safe and approved plants

Her story has since gone viral with nearly 300k shares but we're asking you to continue spreading the word. 

psa cats lilies poisonous pets animals plants dangerous important scary flowers | Lindsey Warnock May 31 at 10:06 PM On Thursday Willow played with lilies my office. She didn't eat anything. She only batted at them and got pollen all over her before shooed her away laughed initially but thank God something my head told google read All parts lily including stem, leaves, petals, stamens and pollen are poisonous cats. Even minor exposures (cat chewing on leaf or getting pollen on his or her haircoa
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Rare Succulent Looks Like It's Sprouting Bunny Ears

Plant lovers and animal lovers rejoice! We finally have come across the perfect plant that as adorable as an animal! 

Introducing the rare succulent -- Monilaria Moniliforme! 

The succulent looks like tiny bunny ears sprouting from the soil! The best part? These little succulents require minimal care but still make your house feel natural and homey. 

It's a win-win! 

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There's Now A 'Shazam' To Help People Identify Animals And Plants In Nature

Anyone else have a craving to play Animal Crossing all of a sudden? Well, this new app called Seek, is essentially the same idea Animal Crossing has done and what Shazam has done for music. 

Ever wondered what was that plant you came across on your hike the other day? Or what type of critter you saw inside your house? Of course you have -- because we all have! Imagine not knowing what poison ivy looks like and being able to detect it when this app! This brilliant app now gives you all that knowledge in the palm of your hand!

That's pretty wild

Story via Metro

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How To Create a Cat Friendly Garden

People plant gardens to attract bees, birds and butterflies. Maybe your cat would appreciate the same treatment. Sure, some plants are toxic to cats but there are many plants and garden features that aren't harmful and that cats can enjoy eating, rolling around in or lounging on. But in addition to plants, the people at Adventure cats have come up with few more cool ideas you can meke at your home garden.  

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A curious moose wandered into a building at Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage, Alaska, few days ago. According to the Associated Press, the female moose entered the building attached to the hospital just like any human patient — through the lobby doors — and then just stood around taking in the décor … and then eating the decor. The large animal munched on a few of the tropical plants by the doors, reports Anchorage Daily News, but didn't seem to take a shine to the ad-hoc salad bar. After tasting a few of the plants, the moose stood inside for a few more moments before seeing herself out. 

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The Illustrator Behind Trash Doves Has So Much More to Offer

We're obsessed with her work. Everything she does is super cute!

If you're not familiar with Trash Dove, head over to Memebase.

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