Question #20219

Can cats get poisoned from only smelling flowers like kalanchoe ?

So i bought a whole bunch of kalanchoe flowers and then i found out that they are poisonous to cats but if they ingest it but is it dangerous for cats to smell the flowers too?

  • Wayne T

Do you mean redeeming qualities? I am not aware that I need redeeming qualities.

  • Anonymous

I don't think there are any "qualities" inherent in being a religious believer (or not). Except perhaps to bury your doubts, which I don't think is a good thing.

  • Archer

One perceives their own qualities either based in the assessment of others or based in their assessment of themselves. While Theists need the validation of such from their piers Atheists do not. One give power to others while one empowers the individual. Not different existences just different perceptions.

  • jpopelish

I like the simple, unpretentious, humble honesty

  • 2FollowHim

Absolutely the greatest, most meaningful lifestyle ever, Sola Scriptura Christianity.

  • eats fresh

Yes. I enjoy a self-deprecating sense of humor.

  • Fireball

no the atheists here seem much too negative which is a turnoff

  • ?

Yes, and cats bite plants.

  • ?

no they can't

  • Tavy

Flowers release Pollen this is what can kill them, especially polen from lilies.

  • Tundra Rob

No, the cat must eat the plant in order to become poisoned by it, smell alone will do no harm. However they are often attracted to the smell and bright colours of the plant and will nibble on it. Ingestion will cause significant stomach upset and if untreated can lead to a fatal toxic reaction.