1. Put your pets in a quiet, closed room so they can’t escape when you open the door to Trick-or Treaters.
2. Choose a costume that is comfortable and doesn't restrict your cat's movement or breathing (If your cat enjoys dressing up for the holidays). To avoid accidents, do not leave your pets unsupervised in their costume.
3. Ensure that holiday decorations, such as string, yarn, ribbon or spiderwebs, cannot be eaten by pets or entangle them.
4. Keep lighted candles away from pets. Whiskers can get singed; a swishing tail can also get singed or knock over a candle.
5. Call your veterinarian, emergency veterinary clinic, or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center’s 24-hour hotline at (888) 426-4435 if you suspect your pet has eaten human treats or decorations. Candy is dangerous to pets/animals.