It can be horrifying to realize your cat has gotten sick from ingesting a plant in your home and having to rush them to the vet.


Unfortunately, not all plants are safe for cats and dogs. Some are essentially poisonous. When ingested, a cat or dog should be taken to the vet immediately. The toxicity of certain plants can result in serious consequences, such as seizures, tremors, and even fatality in some instances. In others, it can upset their stomach, irritate their digestive tract, and cause vomiting.


While adding greenery indoors and outdoors is a good thing, you have to be careful when selecting plants.


List Of Poisonous Plants For Cats


There is a long list of poisonous plants for cats. These are just some of the most common ones. 



  • Lilies
  • Sago Palms.
  • Rhododendrons.
  • Cannabis Plants.
  • Spider Plants.
  • African Violets.
  • Air Plants.
  • Aloe Vera.
  • Castor Bean.
  • Chrysanthemum.
  • Cyclamen.
  • Daffodil.
  • Daisies.
  • English Ivy.
  • Monstera.
  • Pothos.
  • Jade Plants.
  • Oleander.



If you notice your cat is experiencing any symptoms, such as vomiting or diarrhea, and you have plants and greenery that are toxic and dangerous to kittens, get them to a vet immediately. Anyone with a pet should not have these plants in the house or, if they do, they should be excluded from the area that the cats are allowed. 


List Of Plants Safe For Cats


In addition to non-toxic cat-safe artificial plants, there are many real houseplants that are cat-friendly.



  • Rattlesnake Plant.
  • Parlor Palm.
  • Calathea Orbifolia.
  • Ponytail Palm.
  • Succulents.
  • Bird’s Nest Fern.
  • Venus Flytrap.
  • Boston Fern.
  • Polka Dot Plant.
  • Orchid.
  • Bromelia.
  • Baby Tears.
  • Friendship Plant.
  • Herbs.
  • Prayer Plant.



These are cat-safe plants that you can have in the house. A cat shouldn’t get sick consuming plants such as these, however, if they do, the same rule applies. Take your little kitten to a vet immediately and have them assessed.


The Argument For Faux Plants For Cats


One alternative to the guessing game of “Is this plant safe for my cat?” is non-toxic premium artificial plants. Although fake plants may not be a first choice by some, you may be surprised when you see the realism and the detail encapsulated in the leaves, stems, and overall presentation of a high-quality faux plant.


More cat owners and pet owners have switched to artificial plants. All faux plants are non-toxic, safe to be around pets, and, if they accidentally ingest something from an artificial plant, you avoid having to rush them to the vet. There’s no risk of poisoning or anything like that. How fake plants are made are with inorganic material. It’s a risk-free way to have plants around.


On top of the safety you get buying fake plants, as a plant owner, you get to choose whatever plant you want. You can opt for a plant that you normally couldn’t have because, if it was real, it would be poisonous for your cat. With artificial plants, the possibilities are endless. You can have the garden of your dreams or the plant décor you want, without hesitation.


For cat-safe, non-toxic artificial plants, visit See highly-realistic, ultra-detailed artificial plants that are as close as you can get to the real thing. They’re done by hand and illustrated beautifully. Buy your faux plant today.

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