houseplants and cat?

K N and P J Harris ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Fri Oct 18 11:10:45 EST 1996


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> [ Article crossposted from sci.bio.botany ]
> [ Author was James Griggs ]
> [ Posted on 29 Sep 1996 18:31:17 GMT ]
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> What plants are the definite no-no for a houselhold with one very 
curious
> cat?
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> Thank you in advance for your time,
> 
> Ivana
Hello,
A few years ago we had to give up trying to grow Papyrus because our 
siamese would go to absurd lengths to chew the **** out of it.
Peter.
Reading, UK.





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