Don't Let Your Cat Near the Arum Lily
Did you know that there are toxic plants that can cause harm to cats? If you have an arum lily around your home then you may want to consider moving it or re-homing it especially if you have cats. Cats that are quick on their feet, love to play, and explore just about everything should live in a toxic plant free home because sooner or later they are going to accidentally get into the plant and may eat on it. The arum lily is especially toxic to cats. Digesting this plant could cause oral irritation, intense burning and irritation of the mouth (includes tongue and lips), excessive drooling, vomiting, and difficulty swallowing. Keep the plant out of reach or in a room where the cat does not visit. If your cat has any of the symptoms listed and you have an arum lily in your home, call your veterinarian Westminster, MD immediately.