Feb 24, 2011 ... Though they have a bad rap, poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) plants are only
mildly toxic to cats and dogs.
There are some types of decorative plants that are toxic to dogs and cats. ... The
poinsettia plant's brightly colored leaves contain a sap that is irritating to the ...
Dec 23, 2011 ... What happens if your cat takes part in some holiday overindulgence with the
poinsettia plant? Not to worry, she may get sick, but poinsettias are ...
Poinsettia. Scientific Name: Euphorbia pulcherrima. Family: Euphorbiaceae.
Toxicity: Toxic to Dogs, Toxic to Cats. Toxic Principles: Irritant Sap (latex).
Keep poinsettias away from your cat's mouth. ... If you caught your cat in the act of
eating any part of a poinsettia, let your vet ... Developing Allergies to Cats ...
Dec 17, 2014 ... For many years I'd been fighting the rumor that poinsettias were deadly to dogs
and cats. The “killer-poinsettia” myth apparently started back in ...
Every holiday, parents worry about their little ones eating poinsettia leaves. But
eating this plant isn't as bad as you might think.
Nov 21, 2013 ... Poinsettias are a staple of the Christmas season. However, this plant can make
your cat sick, and it's better to be safe than sorry. Learn more ...
Oct 14, 2013 ... Learn how dangerous poinsettias can be to dogs and cats and what to do if they
ingest the plant. Find out what the ASPCA has to say about ...
Aug 26, 2010 ... If your dog chomps down on a poinsettias, is it going to be OK? ... A few years
ago some massive recalls of dog and cat food gave pet owners ...