Hairless Peterbald Sphynx



 The home of the Don Sphynx & Peterbald feline

  The home of the Don Sphynx and the Peterbald feline



In some types of vegetation only certain parts of the plant are toxic. In others, all parts are poisonous. Ingestion causes a wide range of systems. They include mouth irritation, drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, hallucinations, seizures, coma and death.

This list is of common toxic Houseplants, Outdoor Plants, Trees and Shrubs is not a list of all poisonous plants.

TOXIC HOUSEPLANTS may cause a rash after contact with the skin or mouth

Chrysanthemum Weeping fig Creeping fig Poinsettia

IRRITATING PLANTS which some contain oxalic acid that causes mouth swelling and may cause generalized toxicity such as staggering and collapse

Arrowhead vine Boston ivy Caladium Calla or Arum lily Dumbcane Elephant’s ear Emerald duke Heart leaf (philodendron) Jack-in-the-pulpit Majesty Malanga Marble queen Mother-in-law plant (snake plant) Neththyis Parlor ivy Pothos or Devil’s lily Peace lily Red princess Saddle leaf (philodendron) Split leaf (philodendron)

TOXIC PLANTS which most cause vomiting, abdominal pain and cramps. Some cause tremors, heart, respiratory or kidney problems

Amaryllis Asparagus fern Azalea Bird of paradise Creeping Charlie Crown of thorns Glocal ivy Heart ivy Ivy Jerusalem Needlepoint ivy Pot mum Ripple ivy Spider mum Sprangeri fern Umbrella plant

OUTDOOR PLANTS that produce vomiting and or diarrhea

Delphinium Daffodil Castor bean Indian turnip Fox glove Skunk cabbage Poke weed Bittersweet woody Ground cherry Larkspur Indian tobacco Wisteria Soap berry

TREES and SHRUBS that are poisonous and may produce vomiting, abdominal pain and or diarrhea

Azalea (rhododendron) Horse chestnut Buckeye Rain tree Monkey pod American yew Western yew English holly Privet Mock orange Bird of paradise bush Apricot, almond Peach tree Wild cherry Japanese plum Balsam pear Black locust English Yew

OUTDOOR PLANTS with varied toxic effects

Rhubarb Spinach Sunburned potatoes Loco weed Dologeton Buttercup Nightshade Poison hemlock Pig weed Water Hemlock Mushrooms Moonseed May apple Dutchman’s breeches Angel’s trumpet Jasmine Matrimony vine


Marijuana Morning glory Nutmeg Periwinkle Peyote Loco weed


China berry Coriaria Moonweed Nux vomica Water hemlock

If you think your cat may have been poisoned call the emergency room of your local hospital and ask for information from the Poison Control Center. The number for the National Animal Poison Control Center is 800 548-2423 or 900 680-0000. This hotline is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. * There is a credit card charge for the consultation.

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