Some plants are beautiful and they cause you a lot of pleasure to look at, but if your cats eat them they will be quite sick ! Make sure that none of the following plants are within easy reach of your cat. If you see that your cat has eaten one of these plants and is exhibiting signs of illness, take him to the vet IMMEDIATELY, along with a sample of the plant.
Lilies are particularly poisonous!
Not all plants are poisonous for your cat. Cats like to dig in potting dirt to do their business. A little vomiting, depression, or diarrhea is not harmful. For example, cats like to nibble on leaves or stems and then vomit for the purgative effect. If there's too much illness, though, or symptoms that don't go away after a short while, call your vet right away.
Cats are good company because they are usually affectionate and they like to hear the human voice. They are much more independent than dogs and their desire is not to please their masters like dogs. They like to operate alone without obeying the orders of their masters. To control their actions we must resort to clever tricks to make them obey.
How to make cats take their medicine:
Cats are not very likely to take their medicine and to ensure that they do, one must be more intelligent than they are. The following trick works wonders:
Mix their medicine with a little water or milk and apply it on one of the legs. The cat's habit licking their legs will make them take their medicine.
To keep a cat away from a place:
If you want your cat not to enter a particular place in the house or urinate there, sprinkle the area with a strong perfume. They dislike strong smells so they will stay away from that area.