cat safe succulents

Cat and Dog Safe Succulents


Below are some of the most common succulents that are pet friendly, meaning that they are non-toxic to pets, still always be careful, because some of these succulents have spines.

Sempervivum (Hens and chicks)


Sempervivum succulent species

Sempervivum collections

Sempervivum are succulent perennials that form mats of beautiful compact rosettes. They offset readily and are perfect as a groundcover. Sempervivum plants are easy to grow succulents because they can thrive in both cold or hot temperatures with either low or strong levels of light.

Sedum Burrito, also known as Burro’s Tail or Donkey’s Tail Succulent, is native to Mexico. It is an easy-to-grow perennial succulent and can tolerate any types of soil with good drainage.


Christmas cactus is also known as Thanksgiving cactus or Easter cactus. This plant blooms beautiful red-pink flowers during the holiday season. This popular, winter-flowering houseplant makes a great addition to nearly any indoor setting. Christmas cactus is not only easy to care for but propagates easily too, making it an exceptional candidate for holiday gift-giving.

Haworthia Fasciata ‘Zebra Haworthia” is one of the most popular Haworthia species. Its leaves are thin, and dark green with horizontal white ridges that resemble zebra striping.

Zebra Haworthia is often grown as an indoor plant because of its attractive appearance and low maintenance.

It produces offsets freely, and the offsets can be propagated easily.



Echeveria succulent species

Echeveria Species

Echeveria is a family of rose-shaped succulents native to the semi-desert regions of Central America.

they are super easy to care for, grow quickly ( some of them ), and can tolerate drought.

these are one of the most popular succulents thanks to their charming rosettes with gorgeous water-storing leaves. Echeveria succulents come in a variety of beautiful colors and usually produce stunning flowers.

Opuntia species, also known as the cactus pear or the paddle cactus, have oval, flat leaves or “paddles” that are covered with small spines. The leaves and egg-shaped fruits of most Opuntia species are edible.

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