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Blooms That Won't Harm Your Feline Friend: Cat-Safe Flowers for Your Home

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Blooms That Won't Harm Your Feline Friend: Cat-Safe Flowers for Your Home - Amazing Graze Flowers

Welcoming a furry feline friend into your home adds joy and warmth to your life, but we all know how difficult it can be to keep your furry friend from eating whatever strikes their fancy. As a responsible pet owner, creating a safe environment is also paramount. If you want to brighten up your living space with floral beauty or send bouquets to some cat lovers, you'll be delighted to know that there are numerous flowers that are toxic to cats. In this year’s international cat day, let’s delve into a delightful array of cat-safe flowers that will bring colour and life to your surroundings without compromising your feline companion's well-being.

African Violets

african violets

If you're looking for a flowering plant that's easy to take care of and blooms all year round, Saintpaulia is the perfect choice. It's also known as African violet because of its fuzzy green leaves and gorgeous flowers that come in lavender, blue, pink, red, and white. Plus, its leaves and flowers are totally safe for cats and dogs.



Camellias, known for their exquisite blossoms and elegant foliage, are among the selection of flowers considered safe for cats. These enchanting blooms, ranging in colour from soft pinks to deep reds and creamy whites, offer both visual allure and peace of mind for cat owners. While Camellias are non-toxic to cats, it's always wise to maintain a watchful eye to ensure your curious feline friend doesn't develop an interest in nibbling on these alluring petals.



These vibrant and delicate blooms derive their name from the Greek word meaning "burned," owing to their flame-like appearance that encompasses shades of reds, oranges, yellows, and scarlet hues. The intriguing aspect is that Celosias not only pose no harm to cats but also hold the distinction of being an edible plant, making them a safe and potentially delightful addition to your environment.

Phalaenopsis Orchids

Purple phalaenopsis orchids

Phalaenopsis Orchids, with their delicate and graceful presence, provide a captivating spectacle that can enhance any space. Their striking, intricate blossoms cascade in an array of colours, offering a touch of elegance and sophistication to your surroundings. The good news is that Phalaenopsis Orchids fall within the realm of cat-safe flowers, allowing you to enjoy their beauty without worry.


different colour roses

Roses, celebrated for their timeless beauty and romantic allure, hold a special place in the world of flowers. These exquisite blooms, available in an enchanting spectrum of colours, evoke emotions and bring charm to any setting. The fascinating aspect is that roses, beyond their symbolic significance, are considered safe for cats. This means you can relish their elegance without fretting about your feline friend's well-being. As you appreciate the delicate petals and aromatic scent, rest assured that your beloved cat can coexist harmoniously with these classic blossoms.

Sweet Pea 

sweet pea flowers

Sweet peas, with their dainty tendrils and fragrant blossoms, have a way of enchanting garden enthusiasts and flower lovers alike. These charming blooms, known for their soft pastel shades and captivating aroma, create a delightful and whimsical ambience in any outdoor space. The wonderful news is that sweet peas are typically considered safe for cats, allowing you to cultivate a garden haven without compromising your feline friend's well-being. As you revel in the delicate beauty and soothing fragrance of sweet peas, take comfort in the knowledge that their presence adds an extra layer of joy and serenity to your cat-friendly environment.



Snapdragons are native to the wild in the fields of Spain and Italy. They make excellent cut flowers and come in a wide range of colours. When the petals of the snapdragons are pinched, they are soft and resemble the petals of a stuffed toy or the mouth of an open dragon. Capturing the spirit of whimsy, snapdragons produce unique flowers that are safe for your cat.


sunflowers and cats

Sunflowers, with their radiant and sunny disposition, embody the essence of summer and natural splendour. These iconic blossoms, characterised by their bold, golden petals and captivating stature, bring a cheerful and uplifting atmosphere to gardens and living spaces alike. The heartening aspect is that sunflowers are generally safe for cats, offering you the opportunity to infuse your surroundings with their vibrant charm without concern. As you bask in the warmth of their brilliance and admire their resilient beauty, rest assured that your beloved feline companion can share in the joyful presence of these cat-friendly blooms.

Flowers toxic to cats:

Cats are adorable and full of life, but they can be a bit of a wild card when it comes to plants and flowers. That's why it's important to keep them away from them if you want to keep your cat safe. We've looked into plant toxicity so you know which flowers (that are commonly used in flower arrangement) to keep your cat away from.

  • Baby’s Breath
  • Carnations
  • Chamomile
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Daffodils
  • Dahlia
  • Flamingo flowers
  • Gardenia
  • Holly
  • Lily
  • Tulips

To create a safe environment for your cat and learn more about cat-safe flowers, please visit ASPCA’s complete list of toxic and non-toxic flowers and plants for cats. 


If you're thinking of buying an Amazing Graze Flowers bouquet, be aware that none of them is safe for humans or pets to eat. Even if they're technically safe, like kale, roses, or sunflowers, they can still contain pesticides and fungicides that can be dangerous if ingested. To make sure your flowers are safe, we suggest keeping them out of the cat’s reach. If your curious feline friend does ingest any flowers, even if you think they've eaten some, we recommend you call your vet right away to get professional advice. When you're giving a bouquet to someone else, make sure to pick out a flower that's safe for their furry friends, or remind them to keep it in a safe place where their pet won't get to it. Now that you know what to look for in a flower bouquet, you can enjoy your fresh and beautiful flowers with confidence. 

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