The Flowers Dangerous for Cats


Many of us love flowers and cats. Both are able to cheer up his master, but they can harm one another. In fact, many cats are not averse to chew something, especially if this “something” is juicy and green, and flowers can be more or less dangerous for a cat…

So check out the following list of flowers and in order to be in the safe side – put these flowers in places inaccessible to the cat. Generally speaking one does not need to panic and immediately  to put the flower somewhere very far away, where not only a cat, but the sunlight will not be able to get it. A cat can be trained. To do so, as soon as it reaches to the leaves of the flower, you can try these simple ways: to clap your hands (or just to make a harsh sound / noise), splash or spray some water on the cat – this is what you can do,  but the most important is to try to develop its steady reflex not to climb to a poisonous flower.

a Cat and a flower

As the owner of this pretty kitty wrote, “I love flowers and cats. So I constantly move my pots in the house, because my cat completely loses self-control at the sight of flowers. “

Indoor Flowers

Plants or Flower  Common Name Effects or Symptoms
Amaryllis Stomach and intestinal upset (vomiting, diarrhea)
Azalea Incoordination, trembling, collapse
Cactus Punctures skin and infection
Caladium difficulty breathing,diarrhea, shaking head, Nausea, vomiting,
Creeping Charlie Vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, cramps
Easter Lily All parts can cause kidney failure
Dieffenbachia Affects central nervous system
Ivy Vomiting, diarrhea, excitable behavior
Mistletoe Ingesting berries can cause vomiting, diarrhea, blistering in the mouth, difficulty breathing
Philodendron Such effect as Caladium
Poinsettia Such effect as Mistletoe
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