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Thread: My cat may be in danger, HELP!

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    If the center growth point is intact, it might be ok. Don't just pitch it. Give it some time to regrow.

    Also it depends on what species it is...you didn't mention that. Some 'dews will regenerate from the root (i.e. D. regia). If its a stem-growing 'dew...I dunno. Rosetted...might recover if the center crown is intact.

    Hard to say. Got a pic?
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    Here are the pre and post munch images. I've only had this plant for 3 days.







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    Thats a D. adelae. As long as there is even a speck of root tissue in the pot there is hope for life. I wouldnt worry about it.

    My cat is well known for eating my plants, (recently she ate the growth points off of 4 different Nepenthes ). So far she is still going strong.

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