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10 Food You Should Never Share with your Cat ( Cat Health )

10 Food You Should Never Share with your Cat

10 Food You Should Never Share with your Cat ( Cat Health )

As cat owners, We love to pamper our feline friends and sometimes, it’s tempting to share our food with them. However, many human foods can be dangerous for cats. Here 10 foods you should never share with your cat:

 Chocolate: Chocolate Contains theobromine and caffeine, both toxic to cats. Even small amounts can cause heart issues, muscle tremors, or seizures.

Onion and Garlic: Both onions and garlic can destroy a cat’s blood cells, leading to anemia. Even small doses can be harmful over time.

Caffeine: coffee, tea, energy drinks and other caffeinated beverages and foods can lead to restlessness, rapid breathing, heart palpitations, and muscle tremors in cats.

Alcohol: Even a sip of alcohol can be deadly to cats. It affects their liver and brain, leading to severe health issues or even death.

Avocado: Contains persin, which can cause Vomiting and diarrhea.

Grapes and Raisins: Grapes and Raisins can cause acute kidney failure in cats, even in small quantities. The exact substance causing toxicity is unknown, making them particularly dangerous.

Xylitol: This artificial sweetener is found in sugar-free products like gum, candy and baked foods. Ingesting xylitol can cause a rapid release of insulin, resulting in low blood sugar and liver failure.

 Raw Eggs, Meat and Fish: Feeding raw eggs can lead to salmonella or E.coli poisoning. Raw fish contains an enzyme that can destroy thiamine leading to serious neurological issues.

Bones: Cooked bones can splinter and cause serious digestive issues or blockages. Even raw bones can be dangerous if not appropriately sized and monitored.

Milk and Dairy Products:  Many cats are lactose intolerant. Consuming dairy can lead to digestive upset, including diarrhea and stomach pain.

While it’s natural to want to share our lives, including our food , with our feline friend, it’s vital to be aware of the potential dangers. Always consult your vet if you are unsure about what foods are safe for your cat. Keeping  your kitty safe means being cautious about what goes into their diet.

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