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Default I like to have flowers in the house. What kind can I have with my cat? He is a Tabby.

It is always recommended that you keep any plant or flower out of reach from your cat even if they are not toxic. Many cats will throw up plants they eat, even when they are not poisonous. This is not a complete list but some of the more common toxic plants are sago palm, all lilies, tulip/narcissus bulbs, azalea/rhododendron, cyclamen, yew, chrysanthemum, English ivy, lily of the valley, morning glory, periwinkle, foxglove, holly, larkspur, iris, daffodils and honeysuckle. If you have a flower in your home, your cat ingests it and shows any unusual symptoms such as vomiting, seizures, lack of appetite or lethargy call your veterinarian immediately.

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