Common Plant Questions and Answers

Some cats like to nibble on houseplants. Find out what to do if your pet eats a poisonous plant.

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- ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center's Household Plant Reference.
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center has a recently revised companion animal-oriented household and yard plant reference. This 67-page bound publication is indexed and includes sections for toxic, potentially toxic and nontoxic plants. It summarizes information from many literature and research resources, as well as the ASPCA APCC database. The Household Plant Reference is available for $15, including postage and handling. To obtain a copy send your name and address with a check for $15 to:
ASPCA National Animal Poison Control Center
1717 South Philo Road, Suite #36
Urbana, IL 61802

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Angela    Byram, MS

7/28/2010 5:18:07 AM

My first indoor-only kitty ate a leaf from my peace lily house plant. He vomitted most of it on the carpet, but I rushed him to the Vet who worked with the Poison Control Center in Atlanta to restore my fur baby to good health. I have since kept the hotline number to the Poison Control Center taped on my refrigerator. The call is NOT free (unless they have changed their policy).

Isabel    Los Angeles, CA

3/7/2009 5:39:07 PM

Spring time is just around the corner. I am thinking of doing some yard work and would like to buy some flowers for the yard. My concern is what kind to buy. I do not for any reason want to expose my kitty babies to any poinson plants. I I would like a list of plants that are non-toxic! flowers and plants!

Nancy    Ham Lake, MN

1/6/2009 11:25:29 AM

i need a list of house plants that are poisonious to my 2 cats

gg    la, CA

6/10/2008 10:43:54 PM

good to know

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