Some common house plants that are toxic to cats include dieffenbachia, cyclamen, aloe vera, asparagus ferns and elephant ear plants. Lilies, including Easter lilies and calla lilies, are especially dangerous for cats. More »

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Rosary pea plants are poisonous to cats. Toxins are released when the seeds of this plant are chewed and swallowed. The seeds contain several toxic compounds, including the toxalbumin called abrin, which is a ribosome in... More »

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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 »

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Poinsettia plants are toxic to cats; however, ingesting this plant is not life-threatening to cats and only causes mouth and stomach irritation. In some cases, ingestion of the plant causes vomiting. Poinsettias cause si... More »

More than 100 plants are poisonous to cats, including aloe vera, candelabra, daffodil, eucalyptus and Morning Glory, according to the Cat Fanciers' Association and PetMD. Cats can have varying reactions to poisonous plan... More »

Some popular indoor house plants include the spider plant, aloe vera, jade plant, weeping fig and peace lily. These plants are popular partly because they are easy to care for, and some can be easily propagated to grow m... More »

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Winterize elephant ear plants by cutting away the dead foliage, pruning the stems, adding mulch and installing a layer of chicken wire to keep the mulch in place. You need pruning shears, gloves, mulch and chicken wire. More »