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A warning. 

I know this may sound silly, but you can never  be too careful - I think there should be a warning at the top of the page, that those's ain't real life treatments for cats. In fact, alot of those plants could kill pet cats. Mellowix (talk) 11:18, January 3, 2019 (UTC)

There is; the intro outright states that these should never be used on pet cats and your animal should instead be taken to the vet. Jayce  ( 09:43, 1/20/2019 )

I think it should be still shown in a more clearer fashion. At least to highlight in some way, because though I can't speak for everyone, I often skip intros like those at the top of pages and instantly just go to what I need. So I can imagine others may do the same. Mellowix (talk) 10:39, January 20, 2019 (UTC) 

The fact that you skip over something that is clearly in the intro to the article isn't our fault, though. If you want to skip the introduction paragraph, that's on you, but the information you're requesting being added is already there, along with a citation to back it up that these are only for the series and not to be used on real pets. Jayce  ( 10:43, 1/20/2019 )

I think we should at least add a template that stands out from the wiki’s background. Not everyone will read a three-sentence long paragraph. Or we could just put the note to never use the herbs on pet cats at the beginning of the paragraph. —. Felis .Doesn't the snow make you feel at peace? 11:53, January 20, 2019 (UTC)

I think it would be a good idea to put another warning either on the top of the page or under the heading. A lot like the Spottedleaf's Heart warnings. When people are looking for specific info, they don't often read introductions to wiki articles. Especially long ones like this. -Rustle it takes a leap of faith16:42 Sun Jan 20 2019

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