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Quiz: Is This Dangerous For My Cat?

Jun 14, 2017 | | |
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  1. So many things can put our precious cats in danger, it's important to know about them all. Think you know all that you need to about cat safety? Test yourself with this quick 10 question quiz and see how you score. Don't forget to share the results with your friends so that they can take the test too and see how they measure up.
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  1. raysmyheart
    I like this quiz and think it gets you thinking about things around the house and outdoors that could cause harm. The thing about the lilies makes me verify any houseplants I might bring in.
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  2. raysmyheart
    Several years ago, I had the flu and was bedridden for a week. My Speedy slept by my side throughout the whole ordeal. That was the best medicine I could have. I am glad cats can be there when we are ill.

    I can't keep any type of elastic, hair band around because Speedy loves them. I am really careful, I don't want her to get a blockage. I also have a container to dispose of my used dental floss in the medicine cabinet. I think the floss could cause a blockage too. I am just worried that she might pull it from the waste basket otherwise.
  3. tarasgirl06
    I got the one about human sneezes and coughs wrong.
  4. gitabooks
    The only one I don't agree with is the tap. But that is only because our tap is SOO gross. People can't drink from it, dogs can't, cats can't. It actually smells like metal sometimes. Also, some chemicals they add to water are dangerous such as Flouride and Chlorine.
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    2. kat0121
      We used to have well water and I hated it. It smelled so bad. We used to have gallon bottles that we would refill from the Culligan water machine at Wal Mart. I think it's about .25- .30 a gallon. Something like that.
    3. Anne
      That's why the answer in the quiz says that IF the tap water is safe for humans, it's safe for cats.
    4. IndyJones
      We did the annual water test through the city. They said it was safe to drink brush teeth boil etc. But it smell like eggs all the time so the animals wouldn't drink it. We also couldn't wash the car with it because it left marks on the windows.