I have heard from so many cat owners who find their pets just can't stay away from their plants: either they're chewing them, or pulling them out of their pots, or finding some other way to destroy that cool jungle vibe you've been cultivating. So this episode is dedicating to giving cat owners some help in keeping cats and plants equally content. For instance Anne Kostalas, who lives in Montreal, wanted to know what plants would cause no harm to her kitten Norman - he's on Instagram! She wrote: "Can you help me come up with a list of houseplants that won’t poison him, that look nice and perhaps some he won’t even want to nibble?" The ASPCA website has an excellent list of plants that are toxic to cats and those that are non-toxic, so if you are not sure, check this out. I speak to the ASPCA's Dr Tina Wismer about what plants are particularly dangerous - the most prominent being members of the lily family - and what to do if you think your cat has eaten something it shouldn't have. (Clue: Speak to your vet sooner rather than later...) I also hear from cat owners Rachel Morgan, Amie Gillingham and Karen Hugg about the havoc their cats to cause when it comes to houseplants: Karen has an excellent blogpost on her website on her solution to the problem - protecting her plants with decorative birdcages she sources from TK Maxx and elsewhere. Question of the week tackles questions about Calatheas, or more accurately, a question about a Calathea and another about its close relative, the Stromanthe.