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1 Below is a guide to plants considered toxic, or dangerous to your cat. If you are suspicious your cat may have ingested any of the following, please contact your vet immediately. PLANT NAME Acocanthera Aconite (Also called monkshood, wolfsbane) Acorns Alfalfa (Also called Lucerne) Almond Aloe Vera (Also called Burn Plant) Alsike Clover Amaryllis (Also called Naked Lady) American Yew (Also called Yew) Amsinckia (Also called Tarweed) Andromeda Japicona Angel s Trumpet (Also called Chalice Vine, Datura, Trumpet Vine) Angel s Wings (Also called Elephant Ears) Antherium (Also called Flamingo Lily, Painter s Palette) Apple Apricot Arrowgrass Asian Lily Asparagus Fern Australian Nut Autumn Crocus (Also called Crocus) Avocado Azalea Baneberry (Also called Doll s Eyes) Bayonet Plant Bird of Paradise Bitter Nightshade (Also called Climbing Nightshade, Bittersweet, European Bittersweet) PART OF PLANT CONSIDERED DANGEROUS Flowers, fruit Leaves, flowers, roots Seeds Sap Needles, seeds, bark All above ground, especially seeds, especially seeds Seeds Inner seed Liliacaeae Shoots, berries Fruit, pit, leaves, red/white berries, roots, flowers Seeds, fruit, especially berries

2 Black Locust Black Nightshade (Also called Common Nightshade) Bleeding Heart Bloodroot Blue Flag (Also called Flag, Fleur-de-lis, Iris) Blue-Green Algae Bluebonnet (Also called Lupine, Quaker Bonnets) Boston Ivy Bouncing Bet (Also called Soapwort) Boxwood Bracken Fern Branching Ivy Buckeye (Also called Ohio Buckey, Horse Chestnut) Buckthorn Buddhist Pine (All species in the families Amarylliaceae, Iridacceae, Liliaceae) Buttercups (Also called Crowsfoot) Caladium Caley Pea Calfkill Calla Lily Candelabra Cactus (Also known as False Cactus) Carolina Horsenettle (Also called Bull Nettle) Castor Bean Plant (Also called Castor Oil plant) Philodendron (Also called Swiss Cheese) Charming Diffenbachia Cherry (Also called Bitter, Choke, Pin, Wild Black Cherry) Cherry Laurel Chicks Chinaberry Tree Chinese Evergreen Chinese Inkberry (Also called Jessamine) Chinese Lantern Christmas Flower (Also called Christmas Plant, Easter Flower, Poinsettia) Christmas Rose Chrysanthemum (Also called Feverfew, Mum) Cineria Leaves, shoots, pods, seeds, inner bark Unripe Berries, roots Bud, nus, leaves, bark, seedlings, honey New leaves, stems Leaves, stems, milky sap, especially seeds flowers Berries Fruit, sap Leaf, unripe fruit Leaves, stems, milky sap, flowers

3 Clematis Clover (Also called Alsike clover, red clover, white clover) Cocklebur Common Burdock Common Privet Common Tansy Coral Plant Cordatum Corn Lily (Also called False Hellebore, Western False Hellebore) Corn Plant (Also called cornstalk plant) Cornflower Corydalis Cowslip Crab s Eye (Also called Jequirity Bean, Precatory Bean, Rosary Pea) Creeping Charlie Crocus Croton Crown of Thorns Cuban Laurel Cuckoo Pint (Also called Lords and Ladies) Cultivated Bleeding Heart Cultivated Larkspur Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Cypress Spurge Daffodil Daphne Day Lily Deadly Nightshade (Also called Belladonna, Black Nightshade, Common Nightshade) Death Camas ( Also called Amanita) Death cap Mushroom Delphinium Destroying Angel Mushroom Devil s Backbone (Also called Kalanchoe) Devils s Ivy (Also called Pothos) Devil s Trumpet (Also called Datura) Dieffenbachia (Also called Dumbcane) Dogbane Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dutchman s Breeches (Also called Seeds, seedlings, burs Burs, berries, flowers All plants New leaves, stems Beans, shoots, flowers, stems, flowers, sap Berries, bark, leaves, unripe fruit, sprouts Leaves, stems

4 Staggerweed) Dwarf Larkspur (Also called Poisonweed) Easter Lily Eggplant Elaine Elderberry Emerald Duke (Also called Majesty, Philodendron, Red Princess) Emerald Feather English Ivy English Yew Ergot Eucalyptus Euphorbia Everlasting Pea Ficus Fiddle-leaf fig Fiddle-leaf Philodendron Fiddleneck (Also called Tarweed) Flamingo Plant Flax Florida Beauty Fly Agaric Four O clock Foxglove Foxtail Barley (Also called Squirreltail) Fruit Salad Plant (Also called Ceriman, Mexican breadfruit, split leaf philodendron, swiss cheese plant) Gelsemium Geranium German Ivy Ghost weed (Also called Snow on the Mountain) Giant Dumbcane Gill-Over-The-Ground Glacier Ivy Gladiola Glory Lily Gold Dieffenbachia Gold dust Dracaena Golden Chain (Also called Laburnum) Grapes Green Dragon (Also called Jack-in-the-pulpit) Green False Hellebore (Also called Indian Poke) Leaves, stems, flowers, bulbs, but fruit Needles, seeds, bark Fungus on seed heads of grains and grasses, flowers, sap Sap, peel above ground Leaves, stems, flowers, seeds Seed heads, flowers, berries, sap above ground Leaves, stem, milky sap Flowers, seeds, raisins

5 Green gold Nephthysis Ground Ivy Groundsel (Also called Ragwort) Hahn s self branching English Ivy Heartleaf (Also called Parlour Ivy) Heavenly Bamboo Hellebore Hemlock Henbane Hens-and-chicks Holly Horse Chestnut Horsebrush Horsehead Philodendron Horsetail Hurricane Plant Hyacinth Hydrangea Impatiens (Also called Touch-me-nots) Indian rubber plant Inkberry Iris Jamestown weed Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily Japanese Yew Jasmine Jatropha Java Bean (Also called Lima bean) Jerusalem Cherry Johnson Grass Juniper Klamath weed Laburnum Lace Fern Lacy Tree Lambkill (Also called Sheep s Laurel) Lantana (Also called red/yellow sage) Laurel Lilies (ALL SPECIES) Lily of the Valley Locoweed Macadamia Nut Madagascar Dragon Tree Mandrake (Also called Mayapple) Marble Queen above ground, flowers Seeds Berries Buds, nuts, leaves, bark, seedling, honey Bulb, leaves, flowers Needles, seed, bark, flowers, sap Seeds, sap Uncooked beans Leaves, stems Needles, stems, berries Flowers, seeds, flowers and berries, but ripe fruit

6 Marigold Mauna Loa Peace Lily Mescal Bean (Also called Texas Mountain Laurel) Mexican Poppy Milk Bush (Also called Euphorbia, Tinsel Tree) Milkweed Milo Miniature Croton Mistletoe Mock Orange Moonseed Morning Glory Mother-in-law-tongue Mountain Laurel Mushrooms Amanita Nap-at-Noon (Also called Snowdrop, Star of Bethlehem) Needlepoint Ivy Nutmeg Oaks Oleander Onion Orange Day Lily Panda Panther cap mushroom Peach Pennyroyal Peony Periwinkle Peyote (Also called Mescal) Pimpernel Pinks Plumosa Fern Poison Ivy Poison Oak Poppy Potato Primrose Privet Queensland Nut Raisins Red Emerald Red Lily New leaves, stems, shoots Fruit Berries Leaves, Berries Nut Buds, young shoots, sprouts, acorns Pits, wilting leaves, flowers, flowers Buttons, flowers, fruit Sprouts, vines, unripe tubers, berries Also see grapes

7 Red Margined Dracaena Red Maple Rhododendron (Also called Azalea) Rhubarb Ribbon Plant Richweed (Also called white snakeroot, white sanicle) Rosemary Rubrum Lily Saddle Leaf Sago Palm Satin pothos Schefflera Scotch Broom Senecio Sensitive Fern Silver Queen (Also called Chinese Evergreen) Singletary pea Skunk Cabbage Snapdragon Snowdrop Sorghum Spathiphyllum Spotted Cowbane Spotted Dumbcane Spurges Squirrelcorn St Johnswort Star Jasmine Stargazer Lily Stinging Nettle String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sudan Grass Sweet Cherry Sweet Pea Sweetheart Ivy Syngonium Tangier Pea Taro Vine Tiger Lily Tobacco Tolguacha (Flowering) Tomato Tree Philodendron Tri-leaf Wonder Leaves Leaves uncooked stems Leaves, flowers, stems, roots above ground, flowers Leaves, stems, flowers, bulbs, flowers Leaves, stems above ground Seeds Leaves, stems, flowers, bulb Leaves, vines, green fruit

8 Trillium Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Trumpet Lily Tulip Tung Oil Tree Umbrella Plant Variegated Wandering Jew Velvet Lupine Venus Flytrap Verbena Vinca Vine Virginia Creeper Walnuts Wandering Jew Warneckei Dracaena Wild Bleeding Heart Wisteria Wood Lily Yellow Jasmine Yellow Oleandera (Also called Yellow be-still Tree) Yellow Star Thistle Yesterday, today, tomorrow Yews Yucca Leaves, flowers Sap Hulls Leaves Seeds, pods, flowers Needles, seeds, bark

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