Plants TOXIC to Cats

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Info from ASPCA | Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants & A-Z of Houseplants that are Poisonous to your Cats. Some plants, cats are able to nap on it, Only toxic when the cat eats. Simple signs for possible poison plants are: Milky sap , Naturally shiny leaves , Plants that have yellow or white berries , Umbrella shaped plants

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Campanula - easy to grow & self seeds. But will cause cats & dogs vomiting, diarrhea and gastrointestinal iritation.

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Shamrocks: Consider your pet unlucky if they get a hold of a shamrock. Although only slightly toxic in small quantities, a large consumption of this plant in your horse, dog, or cat, can produce colic (in horses), and possible kidney failure.

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Lilies. Members of the Lilium family are considered to be highly toxic to cats. Many types of lily, such as Tiger, Asian, Japanese Show, Easter, Stargazer, and the Casa Blanca, can cause kidney failure in cats. While the poisonous component has not yet been identified, it is clear that with even ingestion of very small amounts of the plant, severe kidney damage could result. The ASPCA's list of 17 top toxic plants to steer your kitty away from.

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Heliconia is also referred to as red ginger. It is a mildly toxic plant to cats. All plants should be kept away from cats as any of them can be toxic and some can actually kill a cat.

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Heliconia is also referred to as red ginger. It is a mildly toxic plant to cats. All plants should be kept away from cats as any of them can be toxic and some can actually kill a cat.

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10 Toxic Houseplants That Are Dangerous for Children and Pets

Introduction to 10 common houseplants that can be poisonous to your children and pets. Houseplants are lovely, but please use them with caution!

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Are Geraniums Poisonous to Cats?

When it comes to keeping your furry feline buddy adequately protected against all of the potential hazards of the world, some knowledge of plant toxicity may go a long, long way. Although geraniums may seem perfectly sweet and safe, they actually can cause harm in cats and dogs.

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The Potato Family includes plants such as potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and chillies all of which contain a toxic substance called Glycoalkanoid Solamine which can be poisonous to cats. The raw leaves and stems of these plants can cause aggressive lower gastrointestinal pain if eaten by your cat.