Easter is typically the vet’s top day for chocolate intoxication calls, topping Christmas, Valentine’s day and even Halloween! Why? Pets find easter candy hidden around the house or the yard, or get into unattended Easter baskets.
Lilies are a concern in kidney failures in cats. All homes with cats should be very careful with Easter Lilies. I would discourage them from even entering houses with cats, but if they must be there, make sure cats can’t access any part of the plant.
3- EASTER GRASS
The plastic grass that is found in Easter baskets is appealing to pets but can cause a life- threatening gastrointestinal obstruction that may require surgery to resolve.
4- TABLE FOOD
Onions, garlic, macadamia nuts, grapes, and raisins are common toxic foods that pets ingest.