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fast growing vines not toxic to cats

Posted by sleepycatt none (My Page) on
Fri, May 25, 12 at 15:27

Hi. We built an enclosure for our cat, he loves it and go outside all the time. The only problem is we didn't build a roof for the enclosure and I think its a bit too much sun for him to stay outside for too long. So I was thinking to plant some vines on one side of the enclosure so he will get some nice shade when the weather gets hotter. I was searching for some fast growing vines and people suggest moonflower and morning glory, however they are both toxic to cats. I was wondering if there's fast growing vines that is not toxic to cats? thanks :)

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RE: fast growing vines not toxic to cats

Although their site is a little confusing(seems they have a new format), the ASPCA non-toxic plant list has many cucurbits listed. Maybe you could grow cucumbers or melons on the enclosure. I do know that many cats are fond of cantaloupe.

Here is a link that might be useful: ASPCA plant list

RE: fast growing vines not toxic to cats

cool. thanks for the information ^^

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