Pet Friendly Plants: Ted the Cat and Spider Plants

This is Ted.

Ted lives off a fairly regular diet of spider plant babies. As a domesticated animal from birth, he lacks major hunting skills and relies solely on howling for his food or distractedly munching on low-hanging spider plants. He's been at this for several years and has yet to show any major signs of damage (despite the mild obesity), so the claim that spider plants are pet friendly for animals is tried and true.
If you have a pet with a loose understanding of vegetables, a spider plant is for you. You can get one for your desk or a larger one for your home, and after time vines will grow off of it once it's roots reach the edges of it's pot. If you have an animal that might tug the plant off a shelf, it's recommended you put your spider plant up high (or maybe hang it!).
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