As pet owners, our top priority is keeping our kitties safe and thriving, however, some humans may not be aware some household plants are toxic to cats. Rather than having to treat an upset stomach (or schedule an emergency visit to the vet!), it's best to prevent the issue before it even arises by keeping these dangerous plants away from your four-legged friends.
Although The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) has a full list of poisonous plants from around the world on its website, we've outlined the most common ones cat-lovers should steer clear of. If you notice your cat exhibiting any strange behavior after coming in contact with the following plants or flowers, be sure to contact your vet. Scroll ahead to get a look at what should be avoided and why.