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Poppy / Poppies Toxic to pets

Fudge visited the surgery due to a few collapsing episode and becoming lethargic over the course of the day. During the consultation the owner mentioned that fudge could of ingested some plants in the garden, after further investigation it was determined that Fudge had eaten some Canadian Poppies.

Canadian poppies or any poppies are often not found on the poisons list for cats. All parts of poppies can be harmful to cats if ingested. The amount of alkaloids or opioids can vary, depending on the species, but all have potential to harm your cat. Symptoms of poisoning include dilated pupils, difficulty walking, lack of appetite and coma.

Were are pleased to announce that Fudge is on the road to recovery, but unfortunately the beautiful poppies have been rehomed.

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