These 8 plants that the cat likes, plants and trees that are friendly to the cat.

Have you ever wanted to decorate your house with some plant but suddenly remembered that you already got a pet!? How could we know which plants are friendly to our pet? Today, ACU PAY will introduce you to plants that are not only beautiful and air-purified but also friendly to our cats. No matter if our cats bite, nibble or scrub with the plants, our cats will get no harm.

1. Spider Plant

Spider plant or a scientific name called Chlorophytum comosum. It looks like grass. The leaves are 15-30 centimeters long, and the middle of the leaves is light yellow or creamy. The leaf edges are green. The tip of the leaf is pointed downward. One of the ornamental plants that is most famous for it is easy to take care of, watering it once a week is enough. It should be planted in indistinctly sunny places with loose soil. It is popular to grow in pots or as hanging plants. Not only does it help to absorb toxic substances in the house but also an auspicious plant that is believed that if planted, it will prevent harm, enhance good fortune, and be friendly to pets.

2. Ponytail Palm

Ponytail Palm or Beaucarnea Revata in scientific name, looks like a bush, with slender leaves, like a horsewhip. Ponytail Palm does not require much care, it just needs a little sunlight for all day long and a little water. You should water it when the soil is dry.  It is also friendly to pets because it will cause no harm even though your pets bite or maul it.

3. Prayer Plant or Catathea

Schumannianthus Dichotomus (Roxb.) Gagnep is a scientific name for the Prayer Plant or Catathea. It is a Soft Perennial plant which is about 1-4 meters tall. The Prayer Plant is an air-purifying tree that should be planted in sandy loose soil, like a little sunlight, and should be placed in a slightly windy place. It can be planted in pots or land plots. There is no part of the Prayer Plant that is poisonous or harmful to pets whether it’s a cat or even a dog. Our pets can go and bite, nibble, or swallow the leaf or trunk without any harm to pets. Anyone who has pets who are naughty can grow this tree and do not have to worry.

4. Peperomia

Single-leaf ornamental plants, round leaves and oval, smooth leaf edges, thick leaves with dark green color. This plant is highly drought-resistant, easy to grow, and does not need much care. It is suitable for growing in any container that can be placed at multiple points in the house. No worry about the harm to your pets but beware of cats and dogs that like to bump into or rake pots within reach.

5. Parlor Palm

Parlor Palm has a scientific name Chamaedorea Elegans. It is classified in the palm family, but it is small, less than 2 meters tall. It has green stems and pointed green leaves like bamboo leaves. It grows slowly and does not need to trim branches frequently and it is a durable plant. It should be grown in loam soil mixed with compost or manure. It can be planted in pots or land plots. You don’t need to water a lot, just water only 1 – 2 times a week and it is also like a little sunlight. Absorb toxic substances inside the house, and it’s safe with cats.

6. Money Tree or Malabar Chestnut

Chlorophytum Comosum is the scientific name for Money Tree or Malabar Chestnut. It looks like a medium-sized shrub-shaped perennial. The stem is brown, branching in layers, helping to provide shade. It is popular to decorate the house. It is believed to be an auspicious tree that will attract gold into the house, and enhance fortune. Money Trees love the dim sun and water should be watered when the soil is dry. They can be placed at any point in the house, not harmful to pets. If your house isn’t very spacious and you’re looking for ornamental plants that require a little care, Money Tree is recommended.

7. Christmas Cactus

Christmas Cactus has a scientific name Schlumbergera, which are Succulent plants. It is classified in the cactus group. The leaves are dark green, and the flowers are different in bright colors according to species, including red, pink, white, and purple. The Christmas Cactus is an easy-to-propagate plant that doesn’t need a lot of care and likes dim sunlight. It can be grown both indoors and outdoors in pots or hangers. In addition, it is also a toxic-absorbing plant that is safe for both owner and pets’ life.

8. Bird’s Nest Fern

Bird’s Nest Fern has a scientific anime called Asplenium nidus L. This plant belongs to the fern family and is a popular ornamental plant. Popular to grow both indoors and outdoors because they are easy to take care of, inexpensive, and also beautiful. Furthermore, it is also considered an auspicious plant to enhance the dignity of the people in the house. It is also an air-purifying tree and is friendly to pets as well.

See, do you want to go and buy some ornamental plants? Before you choose a tree, the safest way is to say the scientific name for guaranteeing safety rather than the general name, which can sometimes be confusing. Not only do the ornamental plants color the room, but they also help to purify air, absorb toxins, and avoid harm to pets like cats.

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