Lysol (and a lot of other cleaning products) contains phenols which are toxic to cats.
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10/28/07 at 1:55pm
I don't think it's so much a matter of trust, as I believe the organisation is pretty out and proud about their policies. However, they are quite extremist (advocating, for example, a vegatarian diet for cats), and they do not have a no-kill policy for all that.
I don't donate to them, personally, and I would advocate you checking to make up your own mind about their policies - they are large, and well known, and (in my personal opinion) not entirely reprehensible. It is likely that you won't like what you find, and also that their is a local group who could make better use of your donations.