Houseplants Safe for Cats

African Violets

A classic table pot plant, these plants with small flowers are often seen in garden centers in small pots. They are known for their small purple or pink flowers, but can also come in a variety of colors. Different varieties of African violets can have differently shaped leaves and are sometimes confused with another type of plant called gloxinia. African violets do best in bright sunlight, in a warm and humid place. They don’t take up much space and are usually inexpensive.

Spider Plants

Spider plants have been popular houseplants for decades thanks to their playful hanging appendages. These leafy plants can be hung from the ceiling or placed on a shelf so that the seedlings hang down. These plants are also easy to care for as they don’t require a lot of sunlight or a certain temperature. Even if your cat is interested in hanging spider seedlings, it’s good to know that these plants are safe to have around your feline friends.

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