- Sep 12, 2017
For 8 years my cat has enjoyed my backyard. Recently he's been diagnosed with IBD. The yard has azealas along the sides of the yard in front of the fence. In the back are ferns and in the center rose beds. Also around the front patio we have a very large rhododendron with mature azealas. My question is could they be harming him? I've never seen him eat any of them but he does rest near and at times under them. Does anyone know if casual contact could have given him IBD?