Oh no, poor kitty! I don't usually get bees or hornets in the house, but there is always that rare occasion when one gets in. I have no bug spray so I
grab hairspray and when they fall down I'll squish them because I don't want to see them suffer for a long time.
It's a very pretty weed that often grows near poison ivy - The flowers are usually yellow-orange. It's easy to identify - to keep from getting poison
ivy, you can break/rub the stems on your exposed skin before a hike. If you get poison ivy while hiking, rub the sap on the affected area (I was told
that sometimes, the Native Americans would scrape at the skin and make a salve from the sap - the affected area would scab, and then completely
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