April 7th, 2010, 12:00 AM
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: St. Philippe-de-Laprairie, Qc
The AVMA may be able to help you. They have a "Household Hazards" brochure with this info,
Lily of the Valley, oleander, azalea, yew, foxglove,
rhododendron and kalanchoe may cause heart problems
Rhubarb leaves and shamrock contain substances that
can produce kidney failure. Certain types of lilies (Lilium
and Hemerocallis species) are highly toxic to cats, resulting
in kidney failure even if only small amounts are ingested.
Sago palms (Cycad species) can cause liver damage,
especially if the nut portion of the plant is consumed.
Additionally, fungi such as certain varieties of mushrooms
can cause liver damage or other illnesses.
A few other potentially harmful plants include philodendron,
corn plant, castor bean, mother-in-laws tongue, Hibiscus
Maybe they would have statistics available upon request as well.
"Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance." -Will Durant