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    Default Huney suckel or jasmine

    are these ok for the babies to play with and chew??
    Don't know if it is honey suckle or Jasmine, I think its Jasmine, smells divine, bunnies love it but I dont see the wilds eating it.
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    Default Re: Huney suckel or jasmine

    That is Star Jasmine. Nonnative. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trachel...um_jasminoides

    ASPCA says nontoxic for dogs/cats. http://www.aspca.org/Pet-care/poison...r-jasmine.aspx

    Listed as NONTOXIC for birds (and they are so sensitive). http://www.pamperedpeeps.com/danger.htm

    So, I would venture that is safe, but I don't know if its tasty!

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    Thanks treeman... I don't see the wilds eating it so I guess I will just leave it for the bunnies, too bad wish I had more stuff to give them.

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    Default Re: Huney suckel or jasmine

    the magnolias are in bloom..soon to have cones!
    my sweet gum {actually neighbors sweet gum, try telling that to my sqs)..
    is about to have helicopters..
    the mulberry is loaded with fruit...
    my rain tree is getting foilage, always the last thing to get green, they love the new shoots.
    Crepe mrtles are in bloom..
    I wish I had one of those (RHAPSODY has one for me) red pom pom bottle brushes..
    they love hibiscus, the entire plant (like the mulberry) is edible...
    mine like red best
    also geraniums are blooming
    lots to gather and feed!

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    Wilds have polished them all off, no flowers no shoots no more plant, I'll take picture tomorrow

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    Default ChinaBerry ?????

    Are chinaberry trees poisonous to squirrels? Im changing BoDeans cage up and have alot of chinaberry brush with berries on them, is it safe to put in his cage?

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    I would not take a Chance with China berry. I have always been told it's toxic

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    Are crepe Myrtle tree branches, leaves and flowers ok for squirrel's

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    Default Is is Carolina Jasmine poisonous help!Re: Huney suckel or jasmine

    My 10 week old school that I have been given for mental reasons and I were on the fence line of Carolina Jasmine it acted as though it wanted to I'd like the blooms so I put it in the blooms and it kind of munched on the leaves in the blooms like it liked it so I didn't wasn't concerned and then I came in cuz it was getting too hot and I googled if it was toxic I I mainly for myself and but then I found out that it might be for the squirrel too but I've been on poison control and nobody's answering the phone and I can't get an answer if and I'm starting to freak out about not having an answer it's the weather my little baby squirrel is is what I need to do is it going I can't get emergency help anywhere does somebody know for sure if I don't think the squirrel actually ate it I think you just like put it in his mouth cuz he was interested he liked it but I don't think he ate it he's acting fine an hour later but I don't know if what the window is or or what may still yet happen does anybody know for sure can somebody help me please

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    Carolina jasmine can be toxic to animals if it’s ingested. It can cause vomiting, diarrhea and death. Some varieties of honeysuckle are more toxic than others. Most squirrels instinctively know not to eat toxic plants. There have been instances where a squirrel kept in captivity was given a toxic plant accidentally and did consume it and died. It’s for this reason it’s best to research plants before giving them to a captive squirrel. Here’s a list of foods that are safe for squirrels. At the bottom of the chart are wild foods that are also safe.

    https://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/...-Pet-Squirrels

    If you have a captive squirrel it is very important that you feed a balanced diet that contains some form of hard extruded rodent block, like Oxbow Regal Rat or Mazuri Rat Diet. A diet high in nuts, seeds or corn will cause the squirrel to develop metabolic bone disease which will eventually kill it.

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