An Easter Reminder

Easter Lily Ingestion in Cats

Each spring, many cats are brought to the emergency room due to Easter Lily ingestion. ALL parts of the Easter Lily plant are highly toxic to cats even in small amounts if ingested. This can cause acute kidney failure or even death.

Typical signs of Easter Lily toxicity:

  • Lethargy
  • Vomiting

Cats must be treated less than 18 hours of ingestion of the plant or the kidney damage may be irreversible.

Taken from ANGELL www.angell.org

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