15 Toxic Plants to Cat botanical wall art poster
Do you know that there are several common plants, and flowers that are poisonous to cats? Christmas Lilies, String-of-peal plant, Azaleas, Arum, Daffodil and the Narcissus family, Onion, Garlic, Shallot and the Allium family, Poinsetta, Macadamia nut, Hyacinth...to name a few.
This lovely botanical poster is not just a beautiful wall art, it can be used as a guide to cat lovers. If you offer plants and flowers to friends who have cats, do a brief inspection first just for peace of mind. Generally, most cats will stay away from harmful plants, but sometimes curiosity and boredom get the better of them and they might take a nibble!
✦ Beautiful botanical poster wall arts. Size: 286x439mm
✦ 15 plants, flowers, nuts and fruits depicted
✦ Feel free to share this to a friend who have cats
Note: Frame and other decors in photo are not included
If you prefer professional dry clean, by all means, dry clean.
It’s safe to hand wash this delicate silk, or silk cotton scarf at home too. Here is how to:
- Place your silk scarf in lukewarm to cold water
- Leave to soak, about 2-3 mins
- Swish slowly and gently
- Rinse with fresh water
- Leave flat to dry
- The best way to smooth out any wrinkle or to refresh a silk scarf is by using a steam iron. In general, gentle ironing.
You have 15 days for peace of mind!
We hope you love the new scarf as much as we do, however if you are not totally satisfied, we will exchange or refund within 15 days of purchase.
For step by step details, check out the General conditions and the process for How to exchange or refund