Molly Mae Hague warned after fans spot 'toxic danger' to her cats in new £3.5m mansion with Tommy Fury
3rd May 2022

MOLLY-MAE Hague was bluntly warned of a "toxic danger" to her cats in her stunning new £3.5million mansion.

The influencer, 22, has moved into her dream pad with boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 22, as it undergoes a host of renovation work.


Shortly prior to the big move, Filter tan brand founder Molly became a cat mum to two adorable felines – Eggy and Bread – who often feature on her Instagram page.

Yet it is not the dust or building work that fans have called out as potential kitten hazards.

In fact, it was an innocuous bunch of flowers, bought as a sweet gift for Molly by Tommy, who had spent weeks away at boxing training camp.

Molly documented her man arriving at their plush pad armed with Easter eggs and a bouquet in his car.

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He gushed over his gift as he told Molly of the blooms: "I thought it fitted well with Easter," before she added: "Yeah like white flowers."

Yet fans were quick to call out the hidden danger behind his thoughtful gift.

One wrote on YouTube: "Molly! Just a warning: lilies (and some other flowers) are extremely toxic to cats! I would never want something bad to happen to your furry friends!"

Another agreed and wrote: "Love your house updates and your renovation plans 😊 Lilie's are toxic to cats so please be careful! Wouldn't want your beautiful furr babies to get very sick 😣 maybe Tommy didn't realise, took me a while to remember this when buying flowers! xx"

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A third continued: "Be careful having lillies in the house with cats!! Xx"

One added: "Great update, the house is going to look stunning 👌 Someone may have already commented this..and you probably won’t see this..but just in case you didn’t know..Lily’s are poisonous to cats x"

One then surmised: "Love love LOVE your videos.. just an fyi, lilies are toxic to cats so keep them away from your baby boys ❤️"

Tiger Lillies and Day Lillies are highly toxic to cats, including the stem, leaves, flower and pollen.

Even drinking water from the lily vase can cause a feline to develop kidney failure in three days.

Pet website PDSA warns: "Lilies are very popular plants due to their beautiful flowers, but unfortunately, they are highly toxic to cats.

"If your cat eats or licks a lily plant, they are likely to develop kidney damage which, left untreated, can lead to kidney failure and death."

It added: "A common way for lily poisoning to develop is when a cat brushes past a lily, causing pollen to fall onto their fur (which they later lick off and ingest)."

Molly recently revealed the sweet names of her kittens.

The Love Island stars welcomed new additions to their family after Molly's dog tragically died.

Molly wrote over one photo of her handsome felines: "Happy Sunday from Eggy and Bread.

"Did I just tell you their names…?"

They are the first pets that Molly and Tommy have owned since the tragic death of their Pomeranian dog Mr Chai back in May 2020.

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He died just five days after Tommy bought him as a gift for Molly's 21st birthday.

He started to become unwell and after a trip to the vets he had a seizure and passed away.




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