Lilies are toxic for cats

Lilies are a common part of the Easter holiday for many people, but some pet owners may be unaware that lilies are poisonous to cats, so much so that even the pollen can cause toxicity, warns Cornell University veterinary professor Brian Collins. Symptoms begin just hours after ingestion, and without treatment, cats can develop kidney failure within 36 hours.

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (N.Y.) (tiered subscription model)

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