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According to the ASPCA, oleander is toxic to cats, dogs and horses. The plant, also called rose-bay, contains a digoxin-like substance that causes difficult breathing, disorientation, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle tremors a... More »

Geraniums are part of the Pelargonium species and are toxic to both cats and dogs. Geraniums contain geraniol and linalool, which are both poisonous substances. Animals that have consumed geraniums typically exhibit symp... More »

While cockroaches and their bites are not poisonous, allergens in their feces, saliva and body parts can trigger allergic reactions and asthma, especially in children. Statistics from the National Cooperative Inner-City ... More »

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