Is there something wrong with my kitty!?! Help ASAP plz! (10points)?

Okay, If she has done this over a long period of time (months/years) I would say it is normal--I've had cats who were just that way. Is there any chance she could have eaten something poisonous (I didn't know there were so MANY!)? Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew Have you purchased a new toy for her recently or brought in anything new--carpets, drapes, furniture--that might have something sprayed on it? A different food maybe? Cats sleep a lot--somewhere from 14 to 18 hours a day--so you might be noticing her sleeping habit(s) more if she has changed rooms/times, or if your schedule has changed so you are home more often or at a different time. If she is drooling, I wouldn't worry too much unless she is foaming or vomiting or has diarehha. Then, I would trek to the vets--pronto. Keep us in the loop, okay? Concerned to see how she is.

What kinds of flowers are these? Cat ate them.?

Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew got it all from that site down there

Is any part of the "Massangeana Cane" plant (Dracaena) also known as Corn Plant, toxic to cats?

This is a list of plants that are poisoness to cats. I provide this listing to EVERY person who buys a kitten from me: Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * PEACE LILY Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

who are some famous people with parkinson's?

Living * Muhammad Ali (suffers from pugilistic Parkinson's syndrome), American boxer [1] * Roger Caron, Canadian bank robber [2] * Leo Cooper, British publisher married to Jilly Cooper [3] * Basil D'Oliveira, South African cricketer (1931-) [4] * Lane Evans Member of the US House of Representatives (D - IL) (1951-) [5] * Rabbi Nosson Tzvi Finkel (Mir) * Michael J. Fox Canadian actor (1961-) [6] * Booth Gardner, Washington state governor (1936-) [7] * Rev Billy Graham, US evangelist (1918-) * Ray Kennedy, British footballer (1951-) * Deborah Kerr, Scottish actress (1921-) * Matthew Kim, Professional Asian Cyberathlete (1990-) * Michael Kinsley, American political journalist & commentator (1951-) * Carlo Cardinal Martini, clergyman * Alois Mock, former Austrian foreign minister (1934-) * Davis Phinney, American cyclist (1959-) * Ozzy Osbourne, British heavy metal singer and reality TV star (1948-) * Ben Petrick, baseball player * Larry Powers, body builder, former Mr. America * Janet Reno, US politician (1938-) * Jeremy Thorpe, British politician (1921-) * Ed Weinberger, American furniture designer (1942-) * Jerome Byers, worlds best dad, husband, uncle, son and grandfather. (1930-) [edit] Dead * Brockman Adams, American politician (1927-2004) * Jack Anderson, US newspaper columnist (1922-2005) * Jim Backus, American actor (1913-1989) * Sir John Betjeman, KBE, British Poet Laureate (1906-1984) * Boyi Bhimanna, Telugu poet (1911-2005) * Whit Bissell (1909-1996) American character actor * Margaret Bourke-White, American photographer (1904-1971) * Jack Buck, American sportscaster (1924-2002) * Owen Chamberlain, American physicist (1920-2006) * Barney Childs (1909-2000) American composer and teacher * Prince Claus, (1926-2002), husband of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands * Joe Cook, US actor (1890-1959) * George Coulouris, British actor (1903-1989) * Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist (1904-1989) * Harry Dalton (1928-2005) American baseball executive * James Doohan, Canadian actor (1920-2005) * Robert Dryden, US actor (1917-2003) * William Everson (1912-1994), American poet * Francisco Franco Spanish dictator (1892-1975) * Carlos Antonio Gomes, Portuguese footballer (1932-2005) * Jeffrey Hamm (1915-1994) British Fascist * Nathan Heard, American novelist (1937-2004) * George Roy Hill, US Oscar winning film director (1921-2002) * Chester Himes (1909-1984) African-American writer * Adolf Hitler, German Dictator (1889-1945) * Sir Alec Issigonis (1906-1988) British car designer * Mary Jackson, American actress (1910-2005) * Ba Jin, Chinese writer (1904-2005) * Pope John Paul II (1920-2005), Polish cleric, pope of Roman Catholic Church * Pauline Kael, American film critic (1919-2001) * Guy Kibbee, American actor (1882-1956) * Jimmy Knepper, American jazz trombonist (1927-2003) * John Lindsay, New York City mayor (1921-2000) * Walter Lord (1917-2002) American author * Ted Kroll, American golfer (1919–2002) * Ferdy Mayne, German actor (1916-1998) * Luis Marden (1913-2003) Italian-American photographer * William Masters, American sex researcher (1915-2001) * Eugene McCarthy (1916-2005) American politician * Kenneth More, British actor (1914-1982) * Norman Panama, American writer, producer and director (1914-2003) * Joe Pasternak (1901-1991) American film director * Mervyn Peake, British author (1911-1968) * Enoch Powell, British politician (1912-1998) * Vincent Price, American actor, also suffered from lung cancer (1911-1993) * Hans Ras, Dutch academic (1926-2003) * Sir Michael Redgrave, British actor (1908-1985) * Leonid Shamkovich, USSR Chess grandmaster (1923-2005) * Walter Sisulu, South African freedom fighter (1912-2003) * Terry-Thomas, British character actor (1911-1990) * Meldrim Thomson, Jr. (1912-2001) Republican Governor of New Hampshire * Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Canadian politician (1919-2000) * Mo Udall, Member of the US House of Representatives (1922-1998) * Tim Wall, Australian cricketer (1904-1981) * George Wallace, former governor of Alabama (1919-1998) * Albert J Whitlock, British motion picture matte artist (1915-1999) * Edward Winter, American actor (1937-2001) * Farnsworth Wright, American editor (1888-1940) * Deng Xiaoping, Chinese politician (1904-1997) * Mao Zedong, Chinese politician (1893-1976)

ficus tree toxic to cats?

Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew The Animal Poison Control Center is a unique, emergency hotline providing 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week telephone assistance to veterinarians and animal owners. There is a $50 consultation fee paid by the animal owner, veterinarian or product manufacturer. Animal Poison Control Center 1-888-426-4435. I would call the local vet and ask anyways though. It doesn't cost anything to call and ask, but a few minutes. You should try getting him/her more interested in toys than plants just in case. Good Luck!

I'm looking for poisonous plants inside/outside, to keep from my yorkie I'd appreciate a list of plants.?

The Plants Listed Below Can Be Toxic A Alfalfa Almond (pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avocado (fruit & pit) Azalea B Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddhist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup C Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds, & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen D Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane E Easter Lilly Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen F Ferns Fiddle-leaf Fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant G Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier Ivy Golden chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden glow Golden Pathos Gopher Purge H Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea I Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy J Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets K Kalanchoe L Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine M Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in-Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms N Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade O Oleander Onion Oriental Lily P Peace Lily Peach (pits & wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common R Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Philodendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant S Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese Plant T Tansy, Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem, and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree U Umbrella Plant V Virginia Creeper W Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Y Yews-- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

are poinsetta plants poisonus 2 cats?

There are many plants that are poisonous to cats. The poinsettia has low toxicity, so it might give Leo a queasy stomach or some diarhhea, but it's unlikely to cause serious damage. Here are other plants that are toxic to cats. Debbie Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

is there any house plants that are piousness to kittens??

Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

I just got a new kitten. Does anyone know which houseplants are poisonous to them?

Cat Plant Eating Survey - The Veterinary Behavior Service at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine is currently conducting a study investigating why dogs and cats eat plants (grass, flowers, leaves, twigs, etc.). Although many theories have been proposed, this is the first study to scientifically investigate the age-old question "Why do dogs and cats eat grass?" The more information we gather, the better we will understand this behavior. You can help by submitting data. Please complete this survey - Cat Plant Eating Survey. November 2004 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Plants add the needed finishing touches to any decor. But, if you have a feline, that beautiful plant could become a deadly enemy. Listed here are plants poisonous to cats that must be avoided if there are cats in your home. Note that lilies(*), in particular, are dangerous to cats. While in some cases, just parts of a plant (bark, leaves, seeds, berries, roots, tubers, spouts, green shells) might be poisonous, this list rules out the whole plant. If you must have any of them, keep them safely out of reach. Should your feline friend eat part of a poisonous plant, rush the cat to your veterinarian as soon as possible. If you can, take the plant with you for ease of identification. Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew i was dumfounded when my vet told me this-there are so manny-and so manny common plants-some are not indoor but theses are all that you should stay away from!

What plants are harmful to cats?

Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

will lilacs hurt cats if they eat them?

No, but here's a list of plants that are poisonous to cats: Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

Does anyone know what plants are poisonous to cats?

Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

Is Sarah Palin truly as intellectually inept as she appears? It's got to be an act-right?

Well...y'know, I think there is a certain segment of the population that is tired of smooth-talkin' shysters and they want more down-to-earth, folksy types of plain-talkers running the country. You know, people like US and our neighbors down the road, and the folks we do business with in town. Dolly the hairdresser, and Barney the Cop...Uncle Joe and Aunt Kate, Mr. Rodgers. Rooster Cogburn. Dirty Harry. McGyver. Starsky and Hutch. They're sick and tired of the Oliver Wendell Douglases...people who think they're freakin' experts at everything because they got law degrees and such. So then somebody like George Bush or Sarah Palin comes along and people tend to respond viscerally to them because of the way they talk or look. I remember back in the 1960s how men used to mock women for supporting JFK because of his looks and appeal rather than for his political skills-now the shoe is on the other foot as males fawn over Sarah Palin's looks and make fun of women like Janet Reno and Madeline Albright-or go on and on about Hillary's thick thighs or Michelle Obama's looks. It's all a crock-on the other hand, though, you got people who have the education, intellectual abilities and experience for the job, who, for one reason or another, screw things up. Richard Nixon, for example-he was certainly a brilliant man, well-educated, military experience...but he was not equipped emotionally for a life of public service and that caused him to be too dishonest. Bill Clinton, who was qualified, intelligent, is a brilliant politician and in many ways did a great job as president, but had personal failings. Anyway, the whole country is looking for the best combination of skills and experience, and after the right thought they found it in Ronald Reagan they went looking again and this time found Sarah Palin. She's definitely not equipped for the national or international stage and doesn't have the skill, knowledge or intellectual prowess to handle the demands of higher office.

cats and house plants?

Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew Hope this helps.

I want to grow some potted herbs inside my house, are there any that are deadly to cats?

Here is a list of poisionous plants: Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

Which plants are poisonous and which are good for cats?

hi Khushbu k Here are the POISONOUS PLANTS!! Below is a list of houseplants that can be harmful or fatal depending on the quantity swallowed. Also, remember that cats that chew plants are exposed to any chemical pesticides or fertilizers that may have been applied directly to the plants or through the soil. Should your feline friend eat part of a poisonous plant, rush the cat to your veterinarian as soon as possible. If you can, take the plant with you for ease of identification Alfalfa Almond (Pits) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fruit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews: Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew GOOD PLANTS http://www.rescuinganimalsinneed.org/non_toxic_plants.htm Hope this helps! >^_^<

what's wrong with my cat?! please, please, please help me!?

Hmm... sounds like he is sick. Do you have any of these plants in your home? Or neighbors? : Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew These are all poisonous to cats. Maybe something is wrong with his stomach. Sorry, I am not sure, but I hope he gets better, from whatever it is.

Are cats really allergic to ivy or is this just a myth?

Some types of ivy are poisonous to cats, as well as some other house plants. Here is a list of plants that are a danger to felines: Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call

are rose petals poisonous to cats?

Plants Poisonous to Cats Almond (Pits of) Aloe Vera Alocasia Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (Pits of) Arrowgrass Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fuit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Baneberry Bayonet Beargrass Beech Belladonna Bird of Paradise Bittersweet Black-eyed Susan Black Locust Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Bluebonnet Box Boxwood Branching Ivy Buckeyes Buddist Pine Burning Bush Buttercup Cactus, Candelabra Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves) Cherry, most wild varieties Cherry, ground Cherry, Laurel Chinaberry Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum Cineria Clematis Cordatum Coriaria Cornflower Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Corydalis Crocus, Autumn Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Daphne Datura Deadly Nightshade Death Camas Devil's Ivy Delphinium Decentrea Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily * Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Elephant Ear Emerald Feather English Ivy Eucalyptus Euonymus Evergreen Ferns Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Flax Four O'Clock Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier IvyGolden Chain Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Glow Golden Pothos Gopher Purge Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hellebore Hemlock, Poison Hemlock, Water Henbane Holly Honeysuckle Horsebeans Horsebrush Horse Chestnuts Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Indian Rubber Plant Indian Tobacco Iris Iris Ivy Jack in the Pulpit Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily * Java Beans Jessamine Jerusalem Cherry Jimson Weed Jonquil Jungle Trumpets Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lantana Larkspur Laurel Lily Lily Spider Lily of the Valley Locoweed Lupine Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marigold Marijuana Mescal Bean Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Monkshood Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in Law's Tongue Morning Glory Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily * Peace Lily Peach (pits and wilting leaves) Pencil Cactus Peony Periwinkle Philodendron Pimpernel Plumosa Fern Poinciana Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Hemlock Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pokeweed Poppy Potato Pothos Precatory Bean Primrose Privet, Common Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Rosemary Pea Rubber Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Silver Pothos Skunk Cabbage Snowdrops Snow on the Mountain Spotted Dumb Cane Staggerweed Star of Bethlehem String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Sweetpea Swiss Cheese plant Tansy Mustard Taro Vine Tiger Lily * Tobacco Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Tulip Tung Tree Virginia Creeper Water Hemlock Weeping Fig Wild Call Wisteria Yews -- e.g. Japanese Yew English Yew Western Yew American Yew

Looking for a book from my childhood. About fairies.?

Afternoon of the Elves by Janet Taylor Lisle "It's the story of a very real, resourceful, imaginative and desperate girl, Sara-Kate, her confused but loyal friend, Hillary, the village in Sara-Kate's backyard that might or might not have been made by elves, and Sara-Kate's secret life. The backyards of the two girls are joined, and the contrast between them is stark. Hillary's is trimmed, neat and full of carefully tended plants; Sara-Kate's is wild, full of poison ivy and junk. However, it's in the latter yard that the elf village appears with ingenious tiny houses, a well and even a Ferris wheel. Hillary is delighted when Sara Kate trusts her enough to allow her to examine the wonderful village. Hillary thinks Sara-Kate herself might be an elf before she discovers Sara-Kate's desperate situation. Inside Sara Kate's own house there is precarious survival at best. Sara-Kate's mother is mentally ill and helpless. Sara-Kate has been getting by with almost no food, heat or clothing. Her elf village has been her only joy for a very long time" http://www.carolhurst.com/titles/afternoonoftheelves.html " fascinating portrayal of a manipulative yet touching friendship. Nine-year-old Hillary lives in comfortable suburbia with her parents. In the house behind lives tough, independent Sara-Kate. Her father's gone, her sick mother hides, she dresses like an urchin, and is despised and mocked at school. However, Hillary stumbles on Sara-Kate's secret; she tends a tiny village in her weed-filled back yard, a village where she says elves live. Hillary is fascinated, and in helping her neighbor maintain the village, gradually becomes closer to Sara-Kate despite her school friends' disdain and parental disapproval. She starts not only to believe in elves, but also to wonder if Sara-Kate is not one herself. The ambiguous clues as to whether Sara-Kate is really an elf or just a disturbed child are so well wrought that readers will be as uncertain as Hillary. The children's emotions and behavior are believable and authentic, depicted clearly without over-explaining, especially Hillary's inner conflict" (School Library Journal)

What are some of your least favorite books?

1984 by George Orwell (hated the ending) Paint it Black by Janet Fitch (it was terribly slow) Homecoming by Cyntha Voigt (just annoyed me) A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle (totally confusing) Mocking Jay by Suzanne Collins (horrible ending to a good series) Criss-Cross by Lean Rae Perkins (just was very awful) There's a lot, but those are the main ones :P Is Twilight even considered a book? It's more like fanfiction of characters who hadn't existed yet.

What are some good reads?

*The Edge of Sleep by David Wiltse *Nothing to Fear by Karen Rose *The Tenth Circle by Jodi Picoult *Movern Callar by Alan Warner *Hunting and Gathering by Anna Gavalda *The Cruel Mother by Janet LaPierre *No Time For Goodbye by Linwood Barclay *A Certain Age by Rebbecca Ray *She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb *Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles *The Time Traveler’s wife by Audrey Niffenegger *The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks *A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks *Random Acts of Heroic Love by Danny Scheinmann *The Linnet Bird by Linda Holeman *A Fine and Private Place by Peter S. Beagle *Willow by Julia Hoban *Veronika Decides to Die by Paulo Coelho *Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson *The Pact by Jodi Picoult *My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult *The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold *Leslie's Journal by Allan Stratton *Exposed by Susan Vaught *Life on the Refrigerator Door by Alice Kuipers

Should I fight my friend?

if you mean fist-fights, then no. Not only is this childish, it also proves that you don't want to know why she hates you--nor do you intend to. Bring her aside and talk to her. If she's being a complete jerk about it, be more aggressive with your words (sounds stupid, but it's a ton better than having bruises on your face, especially if you're a girl) ask her "what's wrong with you?" and (as I predict) if she doesn't answer (and most likely grins at your question), be more offensive in the way you ask your question. It might hurt her, but it wouldn't really matter if it got an answer from her. Of course, things MAY escalate to a fight and if that happens, stand your ground and defend yourself, or tell the teacher. And by defending yourself, I mean holding her down so she can't hit you, not exactly whipping her butt. Another thing you should do is consult your friends and get their opinions. Oh and the kissable lips thing. It might not be the fact that she's a bisexual, more that she's mocking you in some form of way (just a guess, though...for 12 year old girls like those, they do these kinds of things to annoy you and hope that you get insulted in some form of way)

Could today be the biggest religious AND political division in the history of the US if you think so then star?

It sounds like you have had a big dose of Olbermann. You are right about one thing.... The rift deepens, and it will get much worse. BTW, crap like this out of your democrats sure as heck makes things worse. Fat Janet was behind this one. http://publicintelligence.net/department-of-justice-lists-survivalists-constitutionalists-in-extremism-guide/

What are some reasons that people are in favor of gun control (not banning guns)?

You actually have to do yoru own research and dig for statistics. Do not believe anything on the Brady campaign website, or most other anti gun groups, because they post outright lies or half truths. For instance you never hear them press for tougher prosectutions and sentincing for gun violations like the NRA does. Yet they are so proud of the fact that their background checks have kept over a million people that legally cannot own one from getting one when they applied. this is great and I do applaud it, however ask them why only a handful have been prosecuted for this felony. Ask why over 600 kids brought guns to school under VClintons admin. when Janet Reno was the AG, yet only 13 were ever prosecuted. One thing that scews statistics is groups like the brady campaign include people up to 24 as children, which sorry once you are 18 you are an adult. I think you are just going to have to do the work yourself.

Who are some Christians that have died for their faith?

MUSKOGEE, OK (ANS) -- "It is inconceivable to think someone would kill in a house of worship," Janet Reno said after seven people were fatally shot by 47-year-old Larry Gene Ashbrook at Wedgwood Baptist Church in Forth Worth, Texas. Think again, Janet. More Christians have been killed for their faith in the 20th century than have been martyred in the total history of Christianity. As you sit in a comfortable pew and worship this beautiful Sunday morning, there are Christian men, women, and children in sixty countries around the world who are imprisoned, tortured, and sold into slavery for the same privilege. In the last six months, more than 25 evangelical pastors have been killed and up to 300 churches destroyed in Colombia. In January of this year, Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two sons Philip and Timothy were brutally murdered. In Sudan, Christians are sold into slavery. In Sri Lanka, churches are burned and pastors fear for their lives. A few months ago, members of Voice of the Martyrs, founded by Richard Wurmbrand, who was imprisoned for fourteen years for his participation in the Romanian underground church, traveled to Sudan, Vietnam, and Indonesia to film testimonies. Their first interview was with a group of young boys whose village had been attacked by Islamic soldiers. The elderly and infants were killed on the spot. Twenty-seven children, 14 boys and 13 girls, were taken to a military camp about 9 miles from their village. That evening, the boy's hands and feet were tied behind their backs and they were ordered to deny Christ. Each refused. Burning coals were piled on the ground in front of the boys. As they refused to deny their faith, they were held over the burning embers. Still, they refused to deny their faith. The older boys escaped that night and were placed in a refugee camp. The younger boys died. No one knows what happened to the girls. These boys lifted their dirty shirts and showed t! he terrible scars on their stomachs Another Sudanese Christian named Alex stopped the crew and begged for a Bible. He had been praying for two years to receive a Bible. He shared that in his village, there was one Bible for 200 believers. A difficult concept for American Christians who own several Bibles, which might be carelessly tossed under the bed or lie unread on the shelf. November 14 marks the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. An estimated 100,000 churches will take part. Perhaps it can be taken a step further and taught in Sunday school or in our families. Blankets, clothing, medicine, and encouraging letters could be sent to organizations such as Voice of the Martyrs -- http://www.persecution.com). Others who work with the Suffering Church include Open Doors with Brother Andrew - http://odusa.org - and ASSIST Ministries --- http://assist-ministries.com. In a day that Christianity is increasingly mocked and held up as intolerant and outdated, Janet Reno and even our towns and cities must understand that persecution has a new face in America. It is not inconceivable that there will come a day we have to prove we belief in our faith, especially in light of recent events -- events, which have caused me to look deep inside myself and at the state of Christianity in America. 1 Peter 1:7 (NIV) says "These (trials) have come so that your faith - of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire - may be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed." I wonder. If American Christians were put on trial today for our faith, would there be enough evidence?

Book Title - Elementary/Middle School - Fairies?

I think you're remembering "Afternoon of the Elves" by Janet Taylor Lisle: A fascinating portrayal of a manipulative yet touching friendship. Nine-year-old Hillary lives in comfortable suburbia with her parents. In the house behind lives tough, independent Sara-Kate. Her father's gone, her sick mother hides, she dresses like an urchin, and is despised and mocked at school. However, Hillary stumbles on Sara-Kate's secret; she tends a tiny village in her weed-filled back yard, a village where she says elves live. Hillary is fascinated, and in helping her neighbor maintain the village, gradually becomes closer to Sara-Kate despite her school friends' disdain and parental disapproval. She starts not only to believe in elves, but also to wonder if Sara-Kate is not one herself. http://www.amazon.com/Afternoon-Elves-Janet-Taylor-Lisle/dp/0590439448/ref=tmm_pap_title_1

I want to read a teenage book that teaches a life lesson...please help!!!?

Candy by Kevin Brooks Forever by Judy Blume Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt White Oleander by Janet Fitch The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold The Pact by Jodi Picoult My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult The Tenth Circle by Jodi Picoult Night by Elie Wiesel

book recomendations?

Ooh, I know, I know! Really, we like alot of the same stuff so here are some further suggestions. These mostly aren't classified as young adult but are books I either liked or would have had they been available. I hope you don't mind just a list, I figure you'll want to look at them and see what interests you anyway. Barn Blind ~ Jane Smiley Taft ~ Ann Patchett What's Eating Gilbert Grape ~ Peter Hedges The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter ~ Carson McCullers One For the Morning Glory ~ John Barnes The Once and Future King ~ T.H. White Neverwhere ~ Neil Gaiman Disobedience ~ Jane Hamilton White Oleander ~ Janet Fitch The Time Traveler's Wife ~ Audrey Niffenegger Object Lessons ~ Anna Quindlen Tiger Rising ~ Kate DiCamillo The Car Thief ~ Theodore Weesner The Beach ~ Alex Garland The Secret History ~ Donna Tartt The Dogs of Babel ~ Carolyn Parkhurst In Country ~ Bobbie Ann Mason Mohawk ~ Richard Russo The Fountain Overflows ~ Rebecca West All Creatures Great and Small ~ James Herriot Maus I & II ~ Art Spiegelman A Death in the Family ~ James Agee I Capture the Castle ~ Dodie Smith Still LIfe With Woodpecker ~ Tom Robbins The Princess Bride ~ William Goldman The House of Sand and Fog ~ Andre Dubus III Bel Canto ~ Ann Patchett Rosie ~ Anne Lamott Dinner At the Homesick Restaurant ~ Anne Tyler Oh for crying out loud! I better stop now. I hope you find as much pleasure in some of these as I have. Enjoy!

I am searching for a certain book, for got the name!?!?!?!?

"Afternoon of the Elves" by Janet Taylor Lisle http://www.amazon.com/Afternoon-Elves-Janet-Taylor-Lisle/dp/0698118065/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1213530698&sr=1-1 "A fascinating portrayal of a manipulative yet touching friendship. Nine-year-old Hillary lives in comfortable suburbia with her parents. In the house behind lives tough, independent Sara-Kate. Her father's gone, her sick mother hides, she dresses like an urchin, and is despised and mocked at school. However, Hillary stumbles on Sara-Kate's secret; she tends a tiny village in her weed-filled back yard, a village where she says elves live. Hillary is fascinated, and in helping her neighbor maintain the village, gradually becomes closer to Sara-Kate despite her school friends' disdain and parental disapproval. She starts not only to believe in elves, but also to wonder if Sara-Kate is not one herself. The ambiguous clues as to whether Sara-Kate is really an elf or just a disturbed child are so well wrought that readers will be as uncertain as Hillary. The children's emotions and behavior are believable and authentic, depicted clearly without over-explaining, especially Hillary's inner conflict."

Is this Comedy Centrals way of admitting it's Muslim extremists who they fear, not Christians?

Yes... I know most libs won't admit it, but Christians usually turn the other cheek when mocked.... But not the Islamic extremists.. Remember they murdered Van Gough for making a film on how Muslim women are treated badly.

Has anyone seen the Rocky Horror Picture Show live in theatre?

Damn it, Janet! That's what they're supposed to do. The movie's kind of dumb, if you really think about it. It's supposed to be about having fun, so the fans got really into it, pointed out all its flaws, and at midnight showings, they go all out and interact. I went to one. We all did The Time Warp.

Can you help me find Prejudice songs with lyrics?

You can check out these artists: ►"Weird Al" Yankovic http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%22Weird_Al%22_Yankovic ► UB40 ► Fine Young Cannibals UB40 and Fine Young Cannibals had their beginnings at the turn of the 1980's, when many British rockers discovered Jamaican reggae and ska - black dance music that sometimes carried defiant messages. The members of UB40 (named after the British unemployment-benefits form) taught themselves to play instruments by learning ska and reggae hits, then started writing their own songs using reggae's close harmonies and steadfast rhythms. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A0DE5D7123FF934A2575BC0A960948260 Some songs. Lyrics can be easily searched. ► Youth Of Today - "Prejudice" ► Soulfly - "Prejudice" ► Prince - "Cinammon Girl" ► Janet Jackson - The Velvet Rope album ► Eminem - "White American" ► Biggie - "Juicy" ► Sting - "Russians" The musicals: ► Showboat http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Show_Boat ► South Pacific http://www.talkinbroadway.com/regional/sanfran/s231.html Hope that helps with your homework.

What J name goes with these middle & last name?

JANET Renesmee Claire Winchester this name sounds the best for a girls name JAMIE JENNIFER JOSEPH Cullen Clarence Winchester JEREMIAH JACOB Joseph sounds the best for a boys name sorry about the earlier comment.. if you felt i was mocking your name choice, just pointed out it was from a film i saw (twilight)

Is the Minutemen Leader Shawna Forde the type of Right Wing Extremist that Janet Napalitano warned us about?

Drug dealers shouldn't bring their kids to work with them ............................

Who is the Queen Of Pop.?

Janet Jackson. She rightfully always deserved the title along with Queen of R&B.

Poll: Are any of John McCain's children uglier than Chelsea Clinton?

What kind of man in his sixties would mock the appearance of a then young teenage girl? Now that's character for you!

Who said this?................. thanks bunches!!!?

Janet Kackson when Michal Jackson touched her son ha

People are so dumb, a lady on Leno thought a picture of Pellosi was Janet Reno..?

I love how even the female Repubs. are even shallow, so awesome! Go ahead, keep perpetuating the stereotypes and keep being afraid of strong women. I know, I know..we should be barefoot, pregnant, and beautiful with our hair "just so" eh? Now get in the kitchen and make me a pie woman! Great story, thanks :o)!!! EDIT: Yeah, she sure did have to have "help" with people bashing her looks left and right. I remember how Reno was constantly mocked for looking like a man, Hillary gets it too. It's just childish, really.

Is the Minutemen Founder Chris Simcox the type of Right Wing Extremist that Janet Napalitano warned us about?

There are social maladroits and extremists on both sides of ideological/philosophical/activist movements. For examples: from the ultra left we have HARVARD University graduate Unabomber Ted Kaczynski; from the ultra right we have Iraqi War--U.S. Army veteran Tim McVeigh. These ideological extremists are some of the most notorious serial killers and mass murderers in recent U.S. history. Ergo, according to Janet Napolitano's model, it would appear that all HARVARD students and all U.S. Army veterans must be potential terrorists eagerly waiting for the opportunity to kill and maim scores of people. Although I agree with Janet Napolitano's irrevocable right (supposedly irrevocable) to engage in free speech, I think such comments are both ignorant and simple-minded. In my opinion, she is pathetically wrong and probably not the kind of person we should have in charge of our national security. As for judgment on minuteman Chris Simcox, I will patiently wait for the outcome of any court proceedings before rendering a verdict on the allegations for which he has been charged. As a repeated target of false criminal allegations myself, I know very well how often false accusations are lodged at persons who engage in political activism. I remember how some persons involved in a failed piracy of the Minuteman Project years ago publicly accused me of embezzlement, fraud, and a litany of bogus criminal activities simply for the purpose of destroying my good name and my organization. They even recruited a journalist from a major local newspaper to help them in the charade. Frank Mickadeit, a second-rate writer for the Orange County (Ca.) Register, was more than cooperative in helping spread the misinformation by writing about six or seven commentaries insinuating that I was using the Minuteman Project to engage in criminal activities. All of Frank Mickadeit's demented doodling (disguised as legitimate commentary) went viral and I had to spend several years explaining the untruths being spread by Mickadeit and his collaborators. Beware of "dirty" journalists writing "dirty journalism." Alas, this is the 21st century news industry. And, most unfortunately, the first casualty of propaganda is always the truth. So, before we start lynching Mr. Simcox, or all the HARVARD students, or all the U.S. Army veterans from the nearest tree, let's see what the real truth is relative to his arrest on charges of child molestation. Those truths will present themselves in the outcome of any trial Simcox will face. Jim Gilchrist, Founder and President, The Minuteman Project --a multiethnic pro-immigration law enforcement advocacy group--

what qoutes from to kill a mocking bird are round character, denotation, diction extended metaphor, mood, cono?

Jew controlled banks: A way bigger problem than most realize. Forgive me, I'm aware this answer doesn't pertain to your question. However, I'm desperate to use any media outlet I can to alert more of this problem. I hope you'll please consider this info. as well as passing it on to spread the word, so our banks and taxpayers can be protected. Jews own the Federal Reserve Bank. It’s not “federal” at all. It’s privately owned. by Jews. Remember, Jews make up an extremely small amount of the U.S. population (Just 2%). Therefore, it's extraordinarily suspicious of how much control over the banks they have. Why should you care? Because it helps them support their Zionist agenda. And American tax dollars go to Zionist Jews in Israel by the billions. The money that President George Bush borrowed and that Barack Obama is currently borrowing in the billions of $$$ at interest comes from the Jewish money lenders of the Federal Reserve Bank. For how did President George Bush and how does President Barack Obama pay for these loans at Jewish high interest hmm? By taxing American Gentiles. Jews that run the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank: 1) Ben S. Bernanke: Chairman of the Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Term ends 2020. 2) Donald L. Kohn: Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Term ends 2016. 3) Randall S. Kroszner: Former Member of Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. 4) Frederic S. Mishkin: Member of Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Term ends 2014. 5) Alan Greenspan: Former advisor to Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Recent Chairman. Janet L. Yellen(Ashkenazi Jew) – Vice Chairman Kevin M. Warsh(Ashkenazi Jew) Sarah Bloom Raskin(Ashkenazi Jew) Eric S. Rosengren(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston William C. Dudley(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Charles I. Plosser(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Jeffrey M. Lacker(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond James B. Bullard(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Thomas M. Hoenig(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Richard W. Fisher(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas *****BONUS***** Former Head of the World Bank: Paul Wolfowitz Former head of the World Bank: James Wolfensohn Current head of the World Bank: Robert Zoellick ***** BONUS #2 ***** The Jewish banks that own the Federal Reserve System: * Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin * Goldman Sachs Bank of New York * Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York/Shearson American Express * Lazard Brothers Bank of Paris * Israel Moses Sief Banks of Italy * Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Germany and Amsterdam * Lehman Brothers Bank of New York * Chase Manhattan Bank of New York (David Rockefeller) ********** REMEMBER ********** It's NOT "hate" or "bigotry" to spread the truth. It's the truth that will set us all free.

People really like to belittle and mock Sarah Palin and I for one am tired of it?

It is sexism. Pure and simple. Libs talk about supporting women and all that crap...but when we finally get a female Vice President, all the Libs misogynistic tendencies come out!! Liberals don't like seeing a female succeed! Palin never compromised her femininity for power...Liberals only like butch, bull-d*ke women like Hillary Clinton or Janet Reno...no thankyou!! Palin is sexy, witty, vivacious and our only hope to save this God forsaken country!!!!!! GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!

What are some happy songs?

Janet Jackson "Escapade" 1990 #1 hit..the song is so fun and happy ( I love this song so much) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNtxdGMp2cU

Clever idea's for mock newscast?

Here are some ideas from Rick Green's "History Bites" Try watching a couple of episodes and you'll get some really funny angles on history. Episode 68 The Uncivil War CIVIL WAR 1864 AD Purchase Purchase The story behind President Abraham Lincoln's decision to issue the Emancipation Proclamation to give the Union forces the high moral ground in a brutal and bloody war is revealed in a parody of West Wing. As well, the Crocodile Hunter goes Slave Hunting in the old south, and the Discovery Channel looks at how marvelous new technologies like the telegraph, Iron Ships, and steam power, are being used to make war more efficient. Mass production leads to mass destruction. Plus the game show "The Weakest Lincoln" is to die for. Literally. Written by: Duncan McKenzie Rick Green Staring: Ron Pardo Janet Van De Graaff Bob Bainborough Teresa Pavlinek Duncan McKenzie Danny DiTata Rick Green

Atheists, it's not wise to fool Mother Janet!?

> "Your not here to 'discuss religion'. All I've seen you do is say over and over again that there is no God" So discussing whether God exists doesn't count as discussing religion? > "Mock us of our beliefs if you may but at least we have the maturity not tease and bully others for their beliefs" But not the maturity to avoid pointless name-calling and generalizing, apparently. If you don't want people to point out that your beliefs aren't supported by the evidence, then get some beliefs that are supported by the evidence.

Question concerning MTF, anyone could answer.?

You say you are MTF. Have you been diagnosed as such by a gender therapist? Are you on hormone therapy? You say "when I was still a real man", "when I am trying to pass as a man still..." and " When I am trying to pass as a woman" You sound transgendered, not Transsexual. Transsexualism is a physical birth condition, not an identity. Why would a Transsexual female EVER consider herself a "real man." Even before I Transitioned, I knew I was not a male. I merely acted like one - and not very well. Transsexual women are FEMALES born with male anatomies. We know this. Transition is how this condition is corrected. For some, it is more difficult to eliminate all the male markers left by exposure to pubertal testosterone, but this does not make us any less female. The goal of Transition is to live your life HONESTLY as the person you know you are. blending into society as the gender you identify with mentally is a consequence of this, not a goal in itself. What other people think really doesn't matter. It's how you feel about yourself that counts. Passing itself is a flawed concept because it implies that we are trying to pass ourselves off as something we're not. News flash! Even cis females can get mistaken for male. It happens more than you might think, because there is a huge overlap between male and female features, and the older we get, the bigger that overlap gets. Now then, here's what you apparently DON'T know, which is what leads me to believe that 1) you are not Transsexual, and 2) You have no clue what you're talking about. The REASON we know Trans people can blend into society undetected is because tens of thousands of them ALREADY HAVE. If you live in a fairly populated area, statistically you've probably already encountered one or more trans people and never known it. News Flash #2 - all that self-hatred and paranoia comes through loud and clear to people around you, which is WHY you are being read. When you carry yourself with the confidence that you KNOW WHO YOU ARE, that is projected to those around you, and they gender you correctly (assuming your appearance and voice are adequately feminine.) I got misgendered in the first year I began living full time because I WAS ALWAYS WORRIED ABOUT GETTING MISGENDERED. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy. Confidence is a huge part of Transition, and it only comes with time living 100% as your true self. As for Trans people being detectible, you tell me if you honestly believe any of these Trans women would be seen as having suffered from Transsexualism... http://lab.colorsmagazine.com/teenagers/sites/default/files/imagecache/shortlisted_page/story/~b200650.jpeg http://www.list09.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/trans-vicky-ericsson.jpg http://www.radaronline.com/sites/radaronline.com/files/Jenna-Talackova-model-transgender-Facebook.jpg http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-VEl2wxo1B9I/Tdl8GbtKYOI/AAAAAAAACMs/MzzF9wuZzmg/s1600/Janet-Mock.jpg http://celebritywonder.ugo.com/picture/Jamie_Clayton/141822449.jpg http://gettoptens.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/87.jpg Now admittedly, these women started hormones fairly young, but they aren't even the best examples of Trans women who are undetectable. Those who truly blend into society are the plain janes who look like any other average female. And again, there is a lot more to it than appearance. If you aren't projecting a vibe of female confidence, your own behavior will lead people to suspect. You say everyone can tell a trans person. Well, you are wrong. Even people who SUSPECT, do not KNOW because they ONLY way you can know for sure is if the trans person chooses to tell you.

Is there any cases of a transexuals getting married?

You said: "When I was like 22 I had a nurse tell me that no man would ever want a tranny other than for a Disney land ride." That person was wrong. Plenty of transsexual people find partners. Is it more difficult for us? Yes, but still very possible. I know several people who are married. I would suggest you not worry about what other people think. Remember who you transitioned for (yourself hopefully) and make that person happy. If you're happy and fulfilled, and have a positive attitude, that will naturally attract other people to you. edit: Janet Mock is happy, successful and has a long-term boyfriend. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0t-Ft-vRUE .

hrt help me (crying)?

You said: "I will not go in person to anyone - its just not going to happen." How can we help you if you won't help yourself? Maybe now you know why we usually transition with the help of a gender therapist? Not to mention the risks you're taking if you're self-medicating. :shakes head: This place has a crisis/suicide chat room and hotline: http://www.lauras-playground.com/forums/ Or just participate in the forum in general. And something to blow your mind: You're not going through anything a couple BILLION other women haven't already been through. edit: You don't have to be alone; ask for help. Janet Mock says the same thing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0t-Ft-vRUE .

Afternoon of the Elves by Janet Taylor Lisle?

this is all i can find about this book A fascinating portrayal of a manipulative yet touching friendship. Nine-year-old Hillary lives in comfortable suburbia with her parents. In the house behind lives tough, independent Sara-Kate. Her father's gone, her sick mother hides, she dresses like an urchin, and is despised and mocked at school. However, Hillary stumbles on Sara-Kate's secret; she tends a tiny village in her weed-filled back yard, a village where she says elves live. Hillary is fascinated, and in helping her neighbor maintain the village, gradually becomes closer to Sara-Kate despite her school friends' disdain and parental disapproval. She starts not only to believe in elves, but also to wonder if Sara-Kate is not one herself. The ambiguous clues as to whether Sara-Kate is really an elf or just a disturbed child are so well wrought that readers will be as uncertain as Hillary. The children's emotions and behavior are believable and authentic, depicted clearly without over-explaining, especially Hillary's inner conflict. Lisle captures the subtlety of childhood feelings and perceptions, while maintaining a language and style accessible to average readers. Hillary grows from a bland follower to someone who knows that it is she, ultimately, who must make up her mind, despite the opinions of those around her, and perhaps become a little like all that was good in Sara-Kate herself. but it says it is for 9-11 year olds - should you be on this site which has a minimum age of 13?

people tell me i look like a guy?

Well, they're just ignorant. First of all you look unmistakably female. Second, there is no "transsexual look." Most trans people look the same as everyone else. For example, Janet Mock is a Transsexual woman. I wouldn't mind being told I look like her. http://www.musingsonlove.com/ So is Jamie Clayton http://fooyoh.com/iamchiq_living_lifestyle/5142360 And Caroline Cossey http://tgmedia.enacre.net/lorna_lynne/tula.html You could try wearing a little makeup, but ultimately, what matters is that YOU like who you are. That projects confidence, and a person who is self-assured and confident can't be hurt by the silly, immature remarks of others.