Spider plants are not toxic to cats but they do have a strange effect on them: many cats are actually attracted to this plant due to its hallucinogenic properties
Their grass-like leaves are irresistible to some cats but since they are not toxic there is no reason to worry about possible health issues
Although consumption of any kind of foliage including Christmas cactus leaves or flowers can cause your cat’s stomach to become upset (which might lead to vomiting), these plants are not toxic.
They are appreciated for the wide range of leaf colors and patterns available and are listed by the ASPCA as non-toxic to cats.
Pilea peperomioides is non-toxic to cats, dogs, other pets and humans and it’s undemanding enough that it makes a perfect first houseplant for beginners.
The long-stringy vines of the chain of hearts plant are irresistible to cats for playing and chewing, so you’ll be glad to hear that munching on its leaves won’t hurt your pet.
If you’re looking for a houseplant that’s easy to keep away from your cat, maybe air plants from the Tillandsia genus would make a good choice for you.