Known As: Crown of Thorns
Latin Name: Euphorbia mili
Description: Succulent stems and well-developed, thin
leaves. Leaves are about 2 inches long and oblong in shape. Stems are tangled
and spiny, with the appearance of a bramble bush during the dormant period.
Flowers are showy red bracts.
Poisonous Parts: Milky sap.
Symptoms: Vomiting, drooling, diarrhea, abdominal pain, cramps,
swelling around the mouth, difficulty breathing. May cause tremors,
heart and respiratory and/or kidney problems which are difficult for an
owner to detect.
Treatment: Unless your cat is unconscious or having convulsions,
induce vomiting. Get immediate veterinary