Be vigilant for common symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy.
Inspect your home for potential toxins and remove them from your cat's reach.
Save your vet's and poison control center's numbers for quick access in emergencies.
Notice changes in your cat's behavior, like hiding, excessive salivation, or seizures.
Identify any substances your cat may have ingested, and provide this information to your vet.
If you suspect poisoning, seek immediate vet care. Don't wait for symptoms to worsen.
Implement preventive measures, like safe storage of chemicals and toxic plants.