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Do cats have knees? Although it can be confusing to differentiate between the ankle of a cat and the knee, yes, cats have knees, and it is called the stifle. Interestingly, just like humans, cats have a protective covering over their knees called the patella, also known as the kneecap.
Cats' natural curiosity and tendency to explore can sometimes lead them to investigate and potentially nibble on plants, which can result in various health issues. For ferns, there may be concerns about their toxicity to cats and the appropriate response if a cat consumes their leaves. This article aims to safeguard your feline companion from harmful plants and provide guidance on addressing fern ingestion by your cat.