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Easter Lily (ALL Lilies)
Lilies are highly toxic to cats and can cause immediate kidney failure with only one leaf eaten. (Cats are more likely to be poisoned by the Easter Lily than dogs, but dogs and cats are both affected by all other lilies such as the Calla Lily and the Day Lily. It is best to just think of ALL Lilies as bad for animals.) Symptoms include vomiting, lethargy, excessive drinking and urination.
This flower is part of the lily family and can be highly poisonous. Symptoms include: Intense vomiting, diarrhea (occasionally with blood), depression and tremors.
The bulb of this flower is the most dangerous part, but any part of the plant can cause sever problems. Symptoms of ingestion are vomiting, salvation, and diarrhea. If a large amount is eaten it can cause convulsions, low blood pressure, tremors and cardiac arrhythmias.
Again this flower is in the same family as the lily and like the Daffodil the bulb has the highest amounts of toxins. Symptoms to watch for are vomiting, depression, diarrhea, and extreme or hypersalivation.
This plant is also known as Hellebore, Christmas Rose, or Lenten Rose. It is not a rose at all rather a bushy stalk with pinkish white flowers. Symptoms of ingestion are drooling, abdominal pain, diarrhea, colic, and depression.
For a complete list of toxic plants please see the ASPCA's list of Plants Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.