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Plants That Are Harmful To Cats

Plants That Are Harmful To Cats. If you have cats or dogs don’t let them eat these plants. Print it to save.

Plants That Are Harmful To Cats. If you have cats or dogs don't let them eat these plants. Print it to save.

 

Plants That Are Harmful To Cats

Instructions

Amaryllis

    Autumn Crocus

      Azalea — Avoid bringing a bunch of these beautiful flowers inside your home

        Bird of Paradise

          Calla Lily

            Daffodil

              Dieffenbachia — You might know this plant as Dumb Cane or Leopard Lily

                Dracaena — These decorative plants are also called “female dragon” and are toxic to cats

                  Eucalyptus

                    Ficus

                      Gladiolas

                        Honeysuckle — These flowers have a sweet smell that can be tempting for cats

                          Hyacinth

                            Hydrangea

                              Iris

                                Lilies (all Lilium species, such as Easter Lilies)

                                  Lily of the Valley

                                    Morning Glory

                                      Oleander

                                        Philodendron

                                          Pothos — This green and leafy houseplant is easy to care for but can make your cat sick

                                            Rhododendron

                                              Sago Palm

                                                Tulip — These are lovely in the spring around Easter time, but harmful to your cat

                                                  Wisteria

                                                    Notes

                                                    This list is not comprehensive by any means, but you can find a more extensive list of plants that are toxic to cats (as well as dogs and horses) posted by the ASPCA® Animal Poison Control Center (APCC). Or, you can download their free app, APCC by ASPCA, to learn more.

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