Tuesday, April 15, 2008

My close friend lost a dear friend!

Hello out there.

I have to start by saying, I don't have a pet.... But that's just because we live in a townhouse and we rent... anyway. I still would love to have one someday. Pets are wonderful additions to our homes. They share our daily lives.

This pass weekend my close friend, of over 8 years, lost her cat Bon Bon. And after being such a wonderful pet parent, accidents still can happen.

It's the things you just don't except.... there's no planning for a loss like this....
So this page is for Bon Bon and his "good best friend" Jen.

I might get a picture from her soon... I might not. But I really just want to put up some info.... she passed this along to me in a mass email... but I wanted to do one better. Since I am on Youtube I wanted to reference a webpage that people could see this info... and keep sharing it with others.

I'm not sure if this list is complete... but knowing Jen it is.



Dieffenbacchia (dumbcane), Chinese evergreen, Caladum, Wild Calla, Calla Lily, Pothos, Cutleaf Philodendron, common philodendron, Peace Lily, Tiger Lily, Japanese Lily, Indian Kale


Rhododendron, Azalea, Laurel, Castor bean (very toxic, especially the seeds which are found in ornamental jewelry), False sago (mostly found in Florida), Onion, garlic, and chives (bulbs, bulbets, flowers and stems)Shamrock (lucky clover), Virginia breeper (berries), Boston Ivy, Rhubarb (leaves and blades), Jack in the pulpit, Pigweed, Buckwheat, Clovers Alfalfa, Poison Ivy, Foxglove, Lily of the valley, Yew, Bleeding Heart, Celandine, and Wisteria


Easter Lily, Mistletoe, Pointsetta, Marijuana


Amaryllyss, Tulips, Narcissus, Hyacinths, Iris rhizomes

This is the list her vet just sent her.

As I send again... I'm just passing this on. It's so sad really and I hope this helps someone else!

by JES