Q&A: is there any house plants that are piousness to kittens??

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is there any house plants that are piousness to kittens??
I just got a kitten.. i also have several house plants.. i dunno know what kind the are.. Its a sort of vine plant,, then i have and ivy.. and s fern.. then i have one that looks more like well its just leaves...is there a website that had pics of any plants that may be harmful to my kitten???

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Answer by DetectiveSnaz12
i know poinsettas are poisoness but thats for around xmasime.. really you should just search on google or yahoo and it will tell you.

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6 Responses to Q&A: is there any house plants that are piousness to kittens??

  1. R.E. Taylor

    Plants Poisonous to Cats

    Almond (Pits of)
    Aloe Vera
    Alocasia
    Amaryllis
    Apple (seeds)
    Apple Leaf Croton
    Apricot (Pits of)
    Arrowgrass
    Asparagus Fern
    Autumn Crocus
    Avacado (fuit and pit)
    Azalea
    Baby’s Breath
    Baneberry
    Bayonet
    Beargrass
    Beech
    Belladonna
    Bird of Paradise
    Bittersweet
    Black-eyed Susan
    Black Locust
    Bleeding Heart
    Bloodroot
    Bluebonnet
    Box
    Boxwood
    Branching Ivy
    Buckeyes
    Buddist Pine
    Burning Bush
    Buttercup

    Cactus, Candelabra
    Caladium
    Calla Lily
    Castor Bean
    Ceriman
    Charming Dieffenbachia
    Cherry (pits, seeds & wilting leaves)
    Cherry, most wild varieties
    Cherry, ground
    Cherry, Laurel
    Chinaberry
    Chinese Evergreen
    Christmas Rose
    Chrysanthemum
    Cineria
    Clematis
    Cordatum
    Coriaria
    Cornflower
    Corn Plant
    Cornstalk Plant
    Croton
    Corydalis
    Crocus, Autumn
    Crown of Thorns
    Cuban Laurel
    Cutleaf Philodendron
    Cycads
    Cyclamen

    Daffodil
    Daphne
    Datura
    Deadly Nightshade
    Death Camas
    Devil’s Ivy
    Delphinium
    Decentrea
    Dieffenbachia
    Dracaena Palm
    Dragon Tree
    Dumb Cane

    Easter Lily *
    Eggplant
    Elaine
    Elderberry
    Elephant Ear
    Emerald Feather
    English Ivy
    Eucalyptus
    Euonymus
    Evergreen

    Ferns
    Fiddle-leaf fig
    Florida Beauty
    Flax
    Four O’Clock
    Foxglove
    Fruit Salad Plant

    Geranium
    German Ivy
    Giant Dumb Cane
    Glacier IvyGolden Chain
    Gold Dieffenbachia
    Gold Dust Dracaena
    Golden Glow
    Golden Pothos
    Gopher Purge

    Hahn’s Self-Branching Ivy
    Heartland Philodendron
    Hellebore
    Hemlock, Poison
    Hemlock, Water
    Henbane
    Holly
    Honeysuckle
    Horsebeans
    Horsebrush
    Horse Chestnuts
    Hurricane Plant
    Hyacinth
    Hydrangea

    Indian Rubber Plant
    Indian Tobacco
    Iris
    Iris Ivy

    Jack in the Pulpit
    Janet Craig Dracaena
    Japanese Show Lily *
    Java Beans
    Jessamine
    Jerusalem Cherry
    Jimson Weed
    Jonquil
    Jungle Trumpets

    Kalanchoe

    Lacy Tree Philodendron
    Lantana
    Larkspur
    Laurel
    Lily
    Lily Spider
    Lily of the Valley
    Locoweed
    Lupine

    Madagascar Dragon Tree
    Marble Queen
    Marigold
    Marijuana
    Mescal Bean
    Mexican Breadfruit
    Miniature Croton
    Mistletoe
    Mock Orange
    Monkshood
    Moonseed
    Morning Glory
    Mother-in Law’s Tongue
    Morning Glory
    Mountain Laurel
    Mushrooms
    Narcissus
    Needlepoint Ivy
    Nephytis
    Nightshade

    Oleander
    Onion
    Oriental Lily *

    Peace Lily
    Peach (pits and wilting leaves)
    Pencil Cactus
    Peony
    Periwinkle
    Philodendron
    Pimpernel
    Plumosa Fern
    Poinciana
    Poinsettia (low toxicity)
    Poison Hemlock
    Poison Ivy
    Poison Oak
    Pokeweed
    Poppy
    Potato
    Pothos
    Precatory Bean
    Primrose
    Privet, Common

    Red Emerald
    Red Princess
    Red-Margined Dracaena
    Rhododendron
    Rhubarb
    Ribbon Plant
    Rosemary Pea
    Rubber Plant

    Saddle Leaf Philodendron
    Sago Palm
    Satin Pothos
    Schefflera
    Scotch Broom
    Silver Pothos
    Skunk Cabbage
    Snowdrops
    Snow on the Mountain
    Spotted Dumb Cane
    Staggerweed
    Star of Bethlehem
    String of Pearls
    Striped Dracaena
    Sweetheart Ivy
    Sweetpea
    Swiss Cheese plant

    Tansy Mustard
    Taro Vine
    Tiger Lily *
    Tobacco
    Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves)
    Tree Philodendron
    Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia
    Tulip
    Tung Tree

    Virginia Creeper

    Water Hemlock
    Weeping Fig
    Wild Call
    Wisteria

    Yews —
    e.g. Japanese Yew
    English Yew
    Western Yew
    American Yew

  2. southerngirljw

    You might want to ask your vet. But, the only plant that I’m aware of that is toxic to a cat is a poinsettia…but they only sell them during the holidays! Just do a search for plants that are harmful/toxic to animals….you should be able to find an informative site!

  3. melissa k

    Go to http://www.hsus.org and click on Pet Care, then scroll down and click on Protect Your Pet from Household Dangers. Within this article is a link to a list of poisonous plants. If you don’t know what your plants are, you might take some photos of them and bring them to a local garden center so they can identify them for you.

  4. peaches

    R.E Taylor has the list I would go with that.

  5. macleod709
  6. sslpatt

    Yes many plants are poisonous to cats. A good rule is anything you wouldn’t let your kid eat, don’t let your cat eat. Hanging plants from the ceiling makes them harder to get to. I gave up and got rid of all house plants but a cactus. It can defend it self.

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