42 Plants That Are Toxic For Cats and Kittens

by Catherine Tucker / Pet Owner Advice / 24 Oct 2017

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Spring time means beautiful bright colours and sweet scents which we all love, and undoubtedly your cheeky kittens and cats will love to play with them too!
 

However it is important to be aware that many plants and flowers are toxic to our feline fur babies and ingesting them can cause serious health implications, from mild sickness to even death.

RSPCA Victoria advises pet owners to always be cautious of your feline’s flower fascination and keep them away from plants that you’re not 100% sure are feline-friendly.

“Signs your pet might have eaten a poisonous plant can include vomiting, lethargy, drooling and seizures,” they said.

“When taking your pet to the vet with suspected poisoning, it is a good idea to also take any material involved, such as chewed-up plant matter, so your vet has a better idea of what they’re treating.”

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KEEP CATS & KITTENS AWAY FROM THESE PLANTS & FLOWERS

  1. Aglaonema
    Aglaonema
  2. Aloe Vera
    Aloe Vera
  3. Amaryllis
    Amaryllis
  4. Anthurium
    Anthurium
  5. Arrowhead Vine
    Arrowhead Vine
  6. Arum Lily
    Arum Lily
  7. Asian Lily
    Asian Lily
  8. Asparagus Fern
    Asparagus Fern
  9. Autumn Crocus
    Autumn Crocus
  10. Bird of Paradise
    Bird of Paradise
  11. Calla Lily
    Calla Lily
  12. Climbing Lily
    Climbing Lily
  13. Cyclamen
    Cyclamen
  14. Daffodil
    Daffodil
  15. Day Lily
    Day Lily
  16. Dracaena Deremensis
    Dracaena Deremensis
  17. Dracaena Fragrans
    Dracaena Fragrans
  18. Dracaena Marginata
    Dracaena Marginata
  19. Easter Lily
    Easter Lily
  20. Elephant Ear
    Elephant Ear
  21. Emerald Feather
    Emerald Feather
  22. Gladiola
    Gladiola
  23. Hellebore
    Hellebore
  24. Hyacinth
    Hyacinth
  25. Hydrangea
    Hydrangea
  26. Iris
    Iris
  27. Ivy
    Ivy
  28. Kalanchoe
    Kalanchoe
  29. Lace Fern
    Lace Fern
  30. Lily of the Valley
    Lily of the Valley
  31. Morning Glory
    Morning Glory
  32. Mother-in-law’s Tongue
    Mother-in-law’s Tongue
  33. Narcissus
    Narcissus
  34. Nightshade
    Nightshade
  35. Plumosa Fern
    Plumosa Fern
  36. Poinsettia
    Poinsettia
  37. Pussy’s Ears
    Pussy’s Ears
  38. Rubrum Lily
    Rubrum Lily
  39. Stargazer Lily
    Stargazer Lily
  40. Tiger Lily
    Tiger Lily
  41. Tulip
    Tulip
  42. Wood Lily
    Wood Lily

*Please note: This list may not be complete and flowers may appear different and come in more colour in real life. 

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