Cat’s love exploring different places whether it is inside a home or outside. They are naturally attracted to plants to play with or sometimes chew or even taking a bite or two. This is why if you own a cat, it is very important to learn about what kind of plants your can be poisonous to your cat.
Some plants can cause inflammation of the skin, mouth, stomach, etc. In serious occasion, organ like the kidney or heart can be affected.
We have gathered list of plants that are toxic to cats, as well as the most commonly encountered toxic plants
List Of Poisonous Plants for Cats
Aloe () | Scientific Names: Aloe vera | Family: Liliaceae
Amaryllis (Many, including: Belladonna lily, Saint Joseph lily, Cape Belladonna, Naked Lady) | Scientific Names: Amaryllis spp. | Family:Amaryllidaceae
Autumn Crocus (Meadow Saffron) | Scientific Names: Colchicum autumnale | Family: Liliaceae
Azalea (Rosebay, Rhododendron) | Scientific Names: Rhododendron spp | Family: Ericaceae
Chrysanthemum (Daisy, Mum; many varieties) | Scientific Names: Chrysanthemum spp. | Family: Compositae
Cyclamen (Sowbread) | Scientific Names: Cyclamen spp | Family: Primulaceae
English Ivy(Glacier Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy, California Ivy) | Scientific Names: Hedera helix | Family: Araliaceae
Lilies (many varieties) () | Scientific Names: Hemerocallis spp. | Family: Xanthorrhoeaceae
Oleander (Rose-Bay) | Scientific Names: Nerium oleander | Family: Apocynaceae
Sago Palm(Cardboard Palm, cycads and zamias) | Scientific Names: Zamia pumila | Family: Cycadaceae
Spanish Thyme (Indian Borage,Coleus, East Indian Thyme, Stinging Thyme, Country Boarage) | Scientific Names: Coleus ampoinicus | Family: Labiatae
Tulip | Scientific Names: Tulipa spp. | Family: Liliaceae