#11 Chinese Money Plant
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Chinese Money Plant also is harmless to your pets even after nibbling.
#12 Baby Rubber Plant
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Baby Rubber Plant is harmless to your pets. It does not require much care.
#13 Watermelon Peperomia
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Watermelon Peperomia gets the most love for its beautiful watermelon-like foliage. It also is safe around pets!
#14 Parlor Palm
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Parlor Palm has an excellent air-purifying ability, it also is safe for cats and dogs.
#15 Pearl Plant
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Pearl Plant is safe for cats and dogs. This hardy, succulent plant, with pearl-like tubercles over its fleshy, blue-green leaves.
#16 Prayer Plant
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Prayer plant grows up to 10-12 inches and it’s safe for your pets if they bite it.
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Haworthia is safe for cats and dogs. Plus, it is low-maintenance and just requires some indirect light.
#18 Peacock Plant
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Peacock Plant has eye-catching glossy foliage accompanied by dark-green blotches along the veins, it resembles peacock’s feathers. The plant is also non-toxic for cats and dogs.
#19 Zebra Plant
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Zebra Plant has stripes of green and cream colors over its waxy foliage. It is a beautiful plant and friend with pets.
#20 Ponytail Palm
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Ponytail Palm grows slowly and doesn’t need much care and is safe for cats.
#21 Burro’s Tail
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Burro’s Tail has fleshy blue-green fat leaves and dangling stems. It’s safe for cats and dogs.
#22 Swedish Ivy
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Swedish Ivy is pet-friendly and shows off distinctive and dainty green leaves. Also, it produces a smell of aromatic due to its small lilac flowers.
#23 Cast Iron Plant
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Cast Iron Plant has lush green foliage, which gives it a stunning look. It is a slow grower and thrives in extreme conditions.