Are these plants poisonous to cats?

Hi Judy,
My wife and I are hoping to identify a few houseplants we have because we have cats and we are trying to figure out if they are possibly toxic.
Thanks so much, looking forward to hearing from you, and I really appreciate your help and the service that you provide!
– B

Hi Brian,


This first plant is an African Violet and it is a non-poisonous houseplant.


This is a Dracaena Marginata. Dracaena houseplants are not considered poisonous to humans, but are extremely poisonous to dogs and cats with a #2 toxicity level.


This is an Arrowhead Plant (also called a syngonium). An Arrowhead Plant is a poisonous houseplant with a #2 toxicity level. You can read more about these plants in the Popular HousePlant section of the website. Here’s an explanation of Toxicity levels:

Level #1: Houseplants with low toxicity, may be mildly irritating, especially the sap of the plant.

Level#2: Houseplants with medium to severe toxicity. Eating parts of these houseplants may result in vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pains, skin irritations, and breathing difficulties.

Level #3: These houseplants are  very poisonous. When eaten, especially in large quantities,  severe vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pains, skin irritations, and breathing difficulties can occur.

Level #4: These houseplants are extremely poisonous. Eating parts of these houseplants can be be life threatening.