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Poisons & Substances Toxic to Cats
A variety of household items can be poisonous to cats: plants, foods, herbicides, pesticides, mouse poisons, medications, metals, and cleaning supplies. Learn how to protect your cat from these dangers and what to do if you think your cat is poisoned. For information on toxic effects of certain medications, see the specific drug under Common Drugs and Nutraceuticals.
Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Toxicity 
Acid Poisoning 
Alkali (Corrosive) Poisoning 
Amitraz Toxicity 
Amphetamine Toxicity 
Antidepressant Toxicity  
Antifreeze Poisoning: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention 
Antihistamine & Decongestant Poisoning 
Arsenic Toxicity 
Aspirin Toxicity 
Battery Ingestion and Toxicity 
Bleach Poisoning 
Borate Poisoning 
Chocolate Toxicity 
Citrus Oil Toxicity 
Cocaine Toxicity 
DEET Toxicity 
Detergent Poisoning  
Easter Lily Toxicity 
Ethylene Glycol (Antifreeze) Poisoning 
Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Cat 
Garbage Intoxication 
Gorilla Glue Poisoning 
Grape/Raisin Toxicity 
Iron Toxicity 
Isopropyl Alcohol (Isopropanol) Poisoning  
Ivermectin Toxicity 
Kerosene, Gasoline, and Petroleum Poisoning 
Lead Poisoning 
Macadamia Nut Toxicity 
Marijuana Toxicity 
Mercury Poisoning 
Metaldehyde Poisoning 
Moth Ball Poisoning  
Mushroom Poisoning 
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug (NSAID) Toxicity 
Onion and Garlic Toxicity  
Organophosphate and Carbamate Poisoning  
Phenol and Phenolic Poisoning  
Pine Oil Poisoning 
Poisonous Plants 
Pyrethrin and Permethrin Toxicity  
Rat Poison Ingestion: Anticoagulant Type 
Rat Poison Ingestion: Bromethalin Types 
Rat Poison Ingestion: Cholecalciferol/Vitamin D Types 
Rat Poison Ingestion: Zinc Types 
Rotenone Toxicity 
Sodium Phosphate Enema Toxicity 
Strychnine Poisoning 
Zinc Toxicity