I get some questions about china dolls too. I’ve been told that some china dolls are toxic to cats. I’ve never had a problem with them, and they are in my home anyways. But I have to say that I am not convinced one has to be toxic for a cat to be toxic. There are a number of reasons why a cat could be toxic to a china doll. This includes being a carrier of certain bacteria.
So much of this is a matter of personal preference and choice. However, I would be leery to use a china doll as a pet for my cat. I also don’t understand how you can have a dog, cat, rabbit, or guinea pig in your house and not have them be toxic to other animals.
I agree. China dolls are toxic to cats. If you are lucky enough to have a china doll in your house, and the pet you have for it is a toxic cat, you need to consider not getting the doll. Your dog could be a carrier of bacteria that could kill your cat.
This is a common misconception among pet owners. Most of us have to be careful not to overfeed our pets, and most of us have been bitten by cats and dogs because we didn’t take the time to keep them away from food and water. This is one of the reasons I avoid using china dolls for my pets. I do understand that it can be hard to keep them away from other pets, but I don’t think it’s worth it.
I think it is worth it because it is safe and doesn’t contain dangerous bacteria. I dont really understand why people would want to use a china doll plant for a pet.
My cat is a big fan of china dolls. She likes to dress them up in different outfits and play with them. I keep an eye on her, but she has been so careful to keep him away from the plant, I am not sure that he is actually going to eat it unless he is actually offered it.
The plant is actually not toxic to cats. What is toxic to cats is the mold that grows on it. The only way to avoid mold is to wash, dry, and sterilize the plant. And even then, it still won’t be safe to eat. The mold on the plant is easily recognizable as mold with red brown spots. The mold is not toxic to cats, but it is still a potential hazard.
It’s been about a year since I’ve had my cat eat its way through the mold on a plant that I had just washed, sterilized, and dried. I’ve found cats eating the mold to be a bit of a problem.
The plant itself is harmless to cats, but cats still have a chance of picking up mold on them, and if they do, they can contract diseases.
This plant is a china doll plant. It is used for petting and decorating, but its primary purpose is to make sure the plants have no soil underneath. The mold on this plant is a potential source of fungi especially since all of the plant’s other parts are washed, dried, and sterilized. The mold can easily be cleaned, but is something you should always get professional help with.