Dianthus (Dianthus caryophyllus, also known as Pinks, Sweet William, Carnation and Wild Carnation) is another popular garden flower that is poisonous to both cats and dogs. Luckily, Dianthus is only mildly toxic and symptoms of ingestion are limited to gastrointestinal distress and mild dermatitis.
Onion and Garlic Toxicity in Dogs and Cats - Pet Education
cats still normal, garlic cloves still AWOL...except i may have figured out where they've gone. my middle 'child', Jadyn, woke me up at 6am yowling. except i didn't know it was her. i thought it was Kaya, because she was standing on my bed staring at me. figured something had startled her, Kaya is, quite frankly, neurotic. then Wesley started in. then Wesley apparently started accompanying himself, which was impressive...then it clicked. my roommate had gone down in the basement last night shortly before i went to bed. where was Jadyn?
Are garlic pills safe for cats? - Catster
Chives are a member of the onion, or Allium, genus. This category also includes garlic and leeks. All of these are poisonous to both cats and dogs. Cats, however, are more susceptible than most dogs, according to Pet Poison Helpline. The members of this genus are toxic to cats in any form, whether powdered, dehydrated, raw or cooked. Even the mild form of onion powder used in some baby foods can make cats sick.
Are Shallots & Garlic Toxic to Cats? - Pets
Onions, garlic, chives, and leeks are in the Allium family, and are poisonous to both dogs and cats if the dose is right. Garlic is considered to be about five times as toxic as onions for cats and dogs. Certain breeds and species seem to be more sensitive: Japanese breeds of dogs (e.g., Akita, Shiba Inu) and cats. Onion and garlic poisoning results in oxidative damage to the red blood cells (making the red blood cells more likely to rupture) and gastroenteritis (e.g., nausea, oral irritation, drooling, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea). Other clinical signs of anemia may be seen, and include lethargy, pale gums, an elevated heart rate, an increased respiratory rate, weakness, exercise intolerance, and collapse. Onion and garlic poisoning may have a delayed onset, and clinical signs may not be apparent for several days. While minute amounts of these foods in some pets, especially dogs, may be safe, large ingestions can be very toxic.Garlic has a well earned reputation of enhancing immunity and warding off all kinds of worms. It can be minced or pressed and added to your dog (1/2 to 2 cloves daily) or cat's (1/4 to 1/2 clove daily) food. For cats it can also be offered minced and added to a small amount of warm cream.