Don't let your cat eat COOKED bones. The bones in their natural prey are raw and don't splinter.
I gave up poinsettias at Christmas time. I heard they are extremely toxic for dogs.
Don't let your cat have bones? What do you think cats in the wild eat? Birds, mice, etc. And they DO have bones.
Birds, mice etc.. don't have COOKED bones which are softer and splinter easily. Having said that, house cats and feral (wild) cats run the same risk of intestinal damage, impaction, and even death from bones.
My instructor spent all last night with her cats in ICU. 5 thousand dollars later...they are sick from the flowers that were delivered. Educate yourselves! Mother of three kitties...
Not only lilies, there are many plants toxic to cats. This is why you should leave your cats inside where they are safe! And find out if the plants you have indoors are toxic.. If you really love your cat than there is no excuse.