Known As:  Daffodil, Narcissus, Jonquil
Latin Name: Narcissus spp
Description: Long, blade shaped green foliage.  Tall stemps with trumpet-shaped flowers, may be single or clusters.  Various shades of yellow, white and orange sometimes in combinations.  May have double trumpets or spiky petals.  Also comes in a miniature variety.  Popular as springtime potted gifts as well as common spring garden plant. Daffodil usually refers to the traditional yellow or orange flower, often single headed; Narcissus commonly used to refer to the white flower, often clustered; Jonquil used to refer to small flowers or miniature versions.
Poisonous Parts:  Bulbs.
Symptoms: Vomiting, abdominal pain, cramps, and diarrhea.
Treatment: Unless your cat is unconscious or having convulsions, induce vomiting and follow procedures to delay absorption and speed elimination.  Get prompt veterinary assistance.