There are many ways that cats can get poisoned by ingesting things commonly
found around the home. You can find additional information on Human Foods to
Mar 28, 2013 ... One is Tylenol (the human pain medication) -- a completely selective feral-cat
poison. But the TNR lobby has blocked its registration for this use ...
Sep 18, 2014 ... The notice requested all residents to "leave a bowl of antifreeze out to poison" the
stray cats. It goes on to read that if the problem is not ...
Feline Toxins and Poisons. With their keen sense of curiosity, as well as their
dedication to cleanliness, cats can get into the spirit of spring cleaning just as
May 8, 2013 ... Here are eight common foods and household items that can kill your cats. If you
think your cat has been poisoned, take her to the vet ASAP.
... from the ingestion of ethylene glycol, an organic compound often seen in
antifreeze. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of this condition in cats
Sep 30, 2014 ... You may be surprised to find out which household substances are most toxic to
your cat. WebMD tells you what to keep out of harm's way.
Jan 19, 2012 ... Distraught single mum-of-one Jayne English, 37, has lost three of her cats,
including Squeak, pictured, after the killer struck in Hoo, near ...
It is sometimes said that because cats are fussy eaters they are less easily
poisoned than dogs. However, because of their curious nature and the fact that
Jan 9, 2012 ... I copied the question above (typos and all) from a 2002 message thread on the
revenge-obsessed website Bombshock titled “How to Kill a Cat.