Updated: Aug 7, 2019
By: Catherine West, MCC Practice Manager
It's the time of year Easter is celebrated. Many people include in their celebrations a variety of lilies as decorations. In households without feline friends, this is no issue. However, in Households with feline family members, lilies can be extraordinarily dangerous.
As a safety precaution, it is simply best to avoid having lilies in your shared home with your cats.
To that point, if you think your cat has ingested even the tiniest amount of a lily, contact your veterinarian immediately!
The smallest amount can cause significant health issues in cats, including kidney failure. Treatment must be taken seriously.
Happy Holiday Season!