Are philodendrons toxic to cats

Are philodendrons toxic to cats

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"Oh, good." "Can I speak with him?" "No, he's not here." "Who is this?" "He can't fix a leaky faucet, can he?" "Yeah, no." "That's true." "No, he can't fix a leaky faucet." "Well, that's too bad." "Good luck." "Thank you." "It was Paul Drake, right?" "Yeah, I know it was him." "Okay, so it must have been Paul Drake that was threatening to sue you for having a dog that doesn't know its place, and, you know, if you don't feed it or clean it up or..." "Okay, so you called the cops." "Yeah." "And that's it?" "You don't think I should file a restraining order?" "No, no, it's your call." "But you know, I'll tell you what, you're gonna have a hard time getting the dog." "What do you mean, "you know what?"" "Mr. Monk's got the dog." "Yeah, we talked to him." "He..." "He said that he can't really do anything." "Is this a joke?" "Did you call the police?" "Yes." "Where is the dog?" "It's in his car." "What?" "Mr. Monk has the dog in his car?" "Yes." "What are we gonna do?" 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"Yeah!" "It's a double take, you know?" "I knew you'd make a successful leap, but I never..." "I never thought you'd make a double take." "You're like a wild animal." "Mr. Monk, what are you doing?" "He's got the camera!" "Give it!" "No!" "You lose, Mr. Monk." "I win." "Mr. Monk, jump!" "Jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump!" "Jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump!" "Jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump, jump!" "You wanna dance?" "Dance?" "Dance?" "Yeah, yeah." "No, I do." "I'd love to dance." "I'll show you." "I know this." "This is fun." "I was in a dance group back in the'60s." "We used to dance to this song." "We didn't have the money to buy the record, but it's the same tune." "We danced to it in the gymnasium." "Mr. Monk, stop." "Go on, dance." "I don't think I can do this." "I'm old." "It's nothing to be ashamed of." "It's not you, Mr. Monk." "It's me." "I never learned to dance." "It's OK." "Really, it's not you." "I never learned to dance, so I have no idea what I'm doing." "There's no way I can do this." "I've never done it." "I haven't even been to a wedding since I got my hair cut." "No problem." "You follow me." "Mr

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