Common Indoor Plants which are Toxic to Cats and Dogs
With the popularity of indoor plants continuing to surge, its important for pet owners to understand which plants are toxic and which are safe for our beloved fur babies to be around. Both cats and dogs may have a curious nibble from time to time, so its essential that you are fully aware that some of the plants in your home could make you pets sick!
Listed below are some of the most common indoor plants which are very popular but are also toxic to cats and dogs:
Croton (Joseph’s Coat)
Caladium (Elephant Ear)
Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane)
Ficus (rubber plants, weeping and variegated fig plants)
Hedera helix (English Ivy)
Philodendron (Devils Ivy, Pothos, Epipremnum)
Monstera (Swiss Cheese Plant)
Sansevieria trifasciata (Snake Plant, Mother in Laws Tongue)
Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily)
If you suspect your cat or dog has ingested any of the above listed plants, contact you vet immediately.