Cats and every others pet have different nutritional needs.
There is foods which can be suitable for dog or human to eat can be Harmful and toxic to cat.
The cat is part of your family and you love her, you want to make sure she has the right food that will ensure it stays healthful, joyful and happy.
When it comes to your cat chosen food can be a challenge, they’re such picky eaters.
Be sure to check out which foods your cat should and should not eat, before feeding your furry friend anything that cause him some problem.
Any food not particularly formulated for feline can affect the digestive system.
So, it is best to not risk your pet’s health and let him eat foods that not good for him.
What Foods Your Cat Should Never Eat?
We’ve collected a pretty good list here for some foods unsafe you should avoid giving your cat.
Onions and Garlic, Chives
Just like dogs all members of the onion family (the Allium family) can cause damage to your cat’s red blood cells, leading to anemia.
All alcoholic drinks (Beer, Cider, Wine, liquor, Gin, Whiskey…) not good for your cat, it can be extremely dangerous for your cat.
It can easily cause severe liver, trouble breathing, coma and brain damage.
If you observed your cat has ingested even a small amount of alcoholic drinks or foods that contain alcohol, take her to the vet right away.
It’s not recognized exactly how much chocolate can cause cats to come to be sick but prevention is better than cure.
Chocolate contains Theobromine and caffeine which might be toxic to either dogs or cats.
Theobromine can lead to seizures, heart palpitations, tremors.
The same goes for anything with caffeine in it.
Grapes and raisins
Grapes and Raisins are delicious and healthy for human being, but a small amount can be toxic to your cat.
They can cause Vomiting, Diarrhea, Lack of appetite, Decreased urination, Weakness.
Cats and dogs can suffer kidney failure from eating grapes or raisins.
Giving your cat a raw egg is bad idea. Your feline shouldn’t eat a raw egg.
The reason that you should not feeding your pet this food is risk of Salmonella or E. coli that can lead to vomiting, diarrhea and lethargy and some time to painful condition «pancreatitis».
Be careful, preventing your cat’s from Eating Dangerous Foods. And avoid this type of food at all costs!
Your cat’s health and well-being rely on the type of food you provide, by keeping unsafe and dangerous foods out of your pet reach.
Contact your vet for guidance if you suspect, doubt or notice that your furry companion has consumed one of these foods.