Heh heh ... now you know why I didn't want to do it. Those things are hard to interpret. But look under "Hazardous Ingredients" and you find "Pine Oil" and just google "pine oil cats" and you find numerous references that pine oil is toxic to cats. So the conclusion is that the original Pine Sol, containing pine oil IS toxic to cats. I think it would be a very good idea, not only to prevent a cat from coming into contact with it, but also to rinse the surface after use so there's no residue.
Whereas with respect to Lysol products, they were claimed to be toxic to cats because they contained phenol (which IS toxic to cats); however, there is NO phenol in Lysol, which can be proved by the MSDS. Probably it used to -- I can't dispute that -- but it doesn't now, and so if the label precautions are followed, it should be safe to use around cats.