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Poisonous Plants

Below is a list of poisonous plants toxic to cats.

alfalfa
almond pits
amaryllis
apple seeds
apricot pits
arrowhead vine
asparagus fern
azalea
balsam pear
beech
bird of paradise
bittersweet
black locust
boston ivy
boxcaladium
buttercup
castor bean
cherry pits
chryzanthemum
colodium
creeping fig
creeping charlie
crown of thorns
daffodil
daphne
delphinium
dieffenbachia
drunk cane
elephant ears
emerald duke
English ivy 
euonymus
foxglove
glocal ivy
golden chain
ground cherry
heart ivy
heart leaf
holly
honeysuckle berries
horse chestnut
hydrangea
Indian tobacco
iris
ivy
jack-in-the-pulpit
jasmine
Jerusalem cherry
larkspur
lilies
lupin
majesty
marble queen
marijuana
mescal bean
mistletoe berries
mock orange
monkshood
morning glory
mushrooms
needlepoint ivy
neththyis 
nightshade
oleander parlor ivy
pathos
peach pits
periwinkle
philodendron
poinsettia
poison hemlock
pot mum
potato (green parts & eyes)
precatory bean (rosary pea)
privet
red princess
rhubarb
ripple ivy
saddle leaf
skunk cabbage
spider mum
spinach
split leaf
spraneri fern
tobacco
umbrella plant
weeping fig
wisteria
yew/American
yew/English
yew/Japanese
yew/Western











Some signs of plant poisoning are:

1. convulsions
2. diarrhea
3. abdominal pain
4. pale gums or tongue
5. swollen tongue
6. refusal of food
7. continual vomiting  



What To Do:

If your cat is displaying any one or combination of these symptoms it is possible it has ingested a poisonous plant. Plant poisoning is dangerous and medical attention should be sought immediately. Try to identify the plant that has been ingested and have its scientific name available when you contact your Veterinarian.
 




* ALWAYS CONTACT YOUR LOCAL VETERINARIAN