Spider plants are in the lily family, related to day lilies, which have edible tuberous roots. So, technically spider plant roots should be edible by the definition of being non-toxic. However, I would not recommend eating this plants bulb cluster. A
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My daughter's cat Bond (Homers brother) took up eating her Spider plant. It made him pretty sick. He lost a lot of weight and was always throwing up. After she finally figured out that he was eating it and removed it he made a full recovery. So, from the cat test, it probably won't kill you but most likely it will make you puke. Of course he ate it raw, I don't know if there are any recipes out there for cooking it.
Bond, just Bond, the Spider plant eater.
Are not cats harmed by aspirin ? While we humans can and do consume acetylsalicylic acid daily. A
To much aspirin for any animal is poisonous and that includes people. A lot of little kids used to get poisoned by aspirin until they put childproof caps on it and it can be fatal. Since a cat has so much less body mass than even a child I would imagine that even a small amount would be toxic.
You are right , by body weight that is a massive dose. Dogs can eat chocolate as a dog of my daughters consumed a half of a chocolate cake years ago and lived on to consume whole chickens less the beak and some pin feathers.. A