The ASPCA has a great website that lists (with many photos) plants that are toxic to animals. This is a great resource to use so you can identify the plants you have both inside and outside of your home. If your cat or dog likes to ingest plants this guide may help you choose which plants not to have accessible to them. If your pet has eaten something it is best to call your veterinarian or the 24-hour emergency poison hotline at 1-888-426-4435.
Shared via Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital’s site:
Please help us reunite this little guy with his family!! A good Sam brought him in tonight. Very sweet and friendly!
*Update* This little guy is now at the humane society. Hopefully his family will find him! He is such a sweet guy!
The nail was in her small intestine. With a chance that it might pass, they were sent home with special feeding instructions. She came back in this morning for a recheck, and we were thrilled to find that the nail was gone!!! She is feeling much better today, and relieved that we don’t have operate.