Holiday plants that are toxic to cats include mistletoe, holly berries, lilies and poinsettia. Several types of mistletoe are poisonous, with American mistletoe being the least toxic. Cats that are exposed to mistletoe m... More »

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Otherwise known as plant lice, aphids can be anything from mildly annoying in home landscapes to major scourges that threaten the lives of valuable landscape trees and shrubs. Areas under trees that have large aphid infe... More »

A few species of moths ingest plants that contain cardenolides, a group of poisons that affect the heart muscle and are dangerous to humans when eaten. Otherwise moths are harmless. Moths do not bite or sting, and they h... More »

Some plants that are toxic to cats include English Ivy, lilies, oleander, tulip bulbs and azaleas, according to PetMD and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Cats enjoy chewing on plants, so it... More »

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Plants that are dangerous and toxic to cats include autumn crocus, azaleas, Easter lilies and morning glories. Autumn crocus should not be confused with early spring crocuses. More »

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There are many plants that are toxic to cats, with some of the most common being amaryllis, tulips, lilies and English ivy. Over 100 plants that are toxic to cats and other animals, and consulting with a veterinarian pri... 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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