The following plants can be toxic to cats if ingested. If you think your pet may have ingested any of the plants on this list, contact your veterinarian immediately or seek emergency medical care.

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: (888) 426-4435
Aconite
Acorns
Aloe
Angle Trumpet
Arrowgrasses
Asparagus Fern
Atropa Crocus
Azalea
Baby’s Breath
Baneberry
Bird-of-Paradise
Black Locust
Bloodroot
Box
Buckeye
Buckthorn
Buttercup
Caladium
Carolina Jessamine
Castor Bean
Chinaberry Tree
Chinese Lantern
Chokecherry
Christmas Berry
Christmas Rose
Chrysanthemum
Coleus
Common Privet
Corn Cockle
Corn Plant
Cowbane
Cow Cockle
Cowslip
Creeping Charlie
Daffodil
Daphne
Dieffenbachia
Dracaena 
Dumbcane
Dutchman’s Breeches
Easter lily
Elderberry
Elephant’s Ear
English Ivy
European Bittersweet
False Flax
False Hellebore
Pennycress 
Ficus
Field Peppergrass
Foxglove
Gardenia
Geranium
Gladiola
Holly
Horse Chestnuts
Horse Nettle
Hyacinth
Iris
Jade Plant
Jerusalem Cherry
Jimsonweed
Kalanchoe
Laburum
Lantana
Larkspur
Laurels
Lily of the Valley
Lupines
Manchineel Tree
Matrimony Vine
Mayapple
Milk Vetch
Mistletoe
Monkshood
Moonseed
Morning Glory
Mountain Mahogany
Mushrooms
Mustards
Narcissus
Nicotiana
Nightshade
Norfolk Pine
Oaks
Oleander
Peony
Philodendron
Pokeweed
Poinsettia
Poison Hemlock
Potato
Pothos
Rattle Box
Rhododendron
Rhubarb
Rosary Pea
Rubber Plant
Sago Palm
Sanseverria
Sedum
Shamrock
Skunk Cabbage
Smartweeds
Snow-on-the-mountain
Sorghum
Spider plant
Star of Bethlehem
Syngonium
Tomato
Trumpet Lily
Umbrella tree (Schefflera)
Velvet Grass
Vinca Vine
Wandering Jew
Wild Black Cherry
Wild Radish
Wisteria
Woody Aster
Yellow Jessamine
Yellow Oleander
Yellow Pine Flax
Yew
Yucca

Nontoxic Plants
The following plants will not harm your cat if ingested and are safe to have around your yard and inside your home. 
African Violets
Air Plant
Aluminum Plant
Boston Fern
Cactus 
Dandelions
Ecxheveria
Forsythia
Gloxinia
Hibiscus
Hollyhock
Honey Plant
Impatiens
Mountain Ash
Palms (all)
Peperomia
Petunia
Piggyback
Rose
Snapdragons
Swedish Ivy
Zebra Plant 
Zinnia

For a more complete list and pictures, visit the ASPCA Websites at https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants. 

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