How do you keep your cats away from poisonous plants?

Here we inventory the different plants that are poisonous to your pet. This list is of course not exhaustive, but it concerns the most well-known and widespread plants. You should keep your feline friend away from these plants.

First of all, make sure that the Ficus is not accessible to your cat. Indeed, it can cause severe diarrhea, vomiting, irritation and mouth burning in your pet.

Philodendron or Monstera Deliciosa can cause kidney and digestive damage in your furry friend.

Ah, spring, its beautiful month of May and its blooming lily of the valley! If you liked to decorate your interior with the arrival of sunny days, you should change your habits now that you have a pet. Indeed, this beautiful spring flower is actually a poison for our animal friends (dogs and cats). Its ingestion can cause serious digestive problems in our four-legged friends, as well as heart problems.

Very popular with plant lovers, the Yucca is a big enemy of your cat. Many side effects can be observed, up to paralysis of the posterior train, or even coma.

Rhododendron should be avoided in your cat’s environment. Indeed, this beautiful plant with pink flowers is full of toxins and can be deadly to your animal, even if the intake is low. Like Sanseveria, Diffenbachia or even Aloe Vera, full of virtues for humans, but not for our animal friends.