A careless jump can get their paws stuck in the cracks of the radiators.
You can accidentally pinch or hit your pet.
Some houseplants and bouquets are poisonous to cats such as lilies.
Get rid of those.
Cats often fall out of open windows. Anti-cat nets are advised.
Vertical ventilation also causes many feline deaths. Cats can become stuck after attempting to jump out.
Owners have been known to negligently start a machine with a cat inside. Check it before start.
Some items can become lodged in the intestines and cause complications that may require surgery, such as hair bands, threads, and string decorations.
Grapes, raisins, prunes, chocolate, onions and garlic, and avocados are toxic to cats. Research what food should not be given to your pet and keep it away.
Small inedible objects
food from the table
There are many hazards for cats, some of which you haven't thought of
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Once kittens fall or jump in they often can’t get out.
Tongue contact with the tip of a plugged-in charger can be fatal.
When playing with a rope, the cat may jump in and hang on without being able to get out on its own.
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