Pets and plants can coexist with these indoor plants safe for cats and dogs!
Chewy puppies and curious cats can make it challenging to create a home that is both beautiful and safe for your pets. Dogs like to chew, cats like to nibble, and a happy tail can cause all sorts of destruction. Honestly, who hasn’t lost a favorite pair of shoes or a vase full of flowers to a playful pet? Because pets have a tendency to chew, many pet parents are hesitant to have houseplants in their homes out of fear of making their pets sick.
Luckily, being a pet lover and plant lover aren’t mutually exclusive. Check out these non-toxic houseplants that are completely safe for both cats and dogs. And, if you want to double-check the toxicity of your current plants, visit the ASPCA’s website for a complete list of plants that are toxic for pets.
This topical, patterned plant will make a stunning and pet-safe addition to your home.
Lush and tropical, with bright, crinkled leaves that will thrive in low light offices, bathrooms, or hallways.
Another indoor plant that is safe for cats and dogs is the Ponytail Palm. Fun, distinct, and hardy, this low-maintenance plant will look great on a side table with lots of sun.
Timeless with graceful, feathery fronds, this large plant will bring life into a bright corner in your home and is non-toxic for cats and dogs.