I've done the same with cat safe house plants (and garden plants in pots). Look up this - https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants - I found it extremely useful.
As well as some tricolour prayer plants, I have African Violets and Streptocarpus (both from Dibleys.com - better to buy from specialists, than ebay I have found!). Also a bunch of variants of Hoyas.
I have a couple of bottle palms, the cats chew their leaves occasionally, but I don't think the plants are particularly happy as they are no longer 'bottled', ie don't seem to be storing water. Difficult to keep, they don't like plant food I have found out recently. They last a while, but not long term. I also have a big cheese plant, technically not cat safe, but large waxy leaves are not ones that cats choose to eat. I also have spider plants (I have spider babies if you want). If you dig around you can find curly ones, and plain green ones, a bit more interesting.
Keep an eye on anything with long thin, grass like leaves (like the bottle palms). The cats (well mine) will want to chew those, and those you need to be sure are cat friendly. Dragon Tree (Dracaena) for example are toxic. Also Ferns, a lot are toxic, but not all. The 'String of Pearls' plant, highly toxic.
Avoid Lilies and that family like the plague. If you have cut flowers in the house, then take out any pollen bearing stamens. Especially lilies - if any gets on their fur, which they will then lick. Organ failure.
There is a good range of cat friendly choices out there, the ASPCA site is a great help to work out what you can work with.