These plants can be poisonous for your pets.

Protect your pets from poisonous plants and flowers. If your pet is exposed to any of the plants listed below, remember to seek veterinary assistance immediately.

Lilies: Lilies are considered to be toxic to cats. The entire plant is toxic and can cause severe kidney damage.

Sago Palm: All parts of the palm are poisonous but the seeds or nuts contain the largest amount of toxin. Symptons include vomiting, diarrhea, seizures and liver failure.

Tulip: The bulb portion contains the highest portion of toxins. Symptoms include gastrointestinal irritation, drooling, depression of the nervous symptoms and cardiac abnormalities.

Oleander: All parts of oleander are considered to be toxic and have the potential to cause gastrointestinal tract irritation, abnormal heart function, hypothermia and even death.

Cyclamen: The highest concentration of this toxic component is located in the root portion of the plant. If consumed, it can produce gastrointestinal irritation, including intense vomiting.

Poinsettia: The milky white sap causes mild signs of vomiting and drooling, and occasionally diarrhea. If the sap is exposed to skin, dermal irritation including redness, swelling and itchiness may develop.

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