On the other hand, feeding your feline that foods cats cant eat, may cause them diarrhea, vomiting, seizures or loss of appetite.
This article is specifically for those people who think that everything that seems delicious or sapid might give the same benefits to the health of cats as it appears.
Hey folk, don’t worry you are not going to be in the list of those fool ones after going through our writing.
we have made a list of FOODS CATS CAN’T EAT let’s have a look ….
Do you love chocolate?
Well, who doesn’t like this food?
But not in the case of animals like in the case of dogs, chocolate should be kept miles away from them. It contains THEOBROMINE which is no less than venom.
Dark and unsweetened chocolates do jobs like secret killers who don’t leave their prey alive.
Muscle tremors, seizures or even death. Chocolates also contain caffeine which is also very harmful to felines.
Are you finding some resemblance between cats and human foods?
Here you got one.
Seriously, because as humans can’t eat raw meat, cats are also prohibited to not eat it.
The major pathogen in raw meat is salmonella which is toxic for the cat’s stomach and can cause some serious problems.
Talking about humans, alcohol directly affects the brain and liver. The same case is seen in cats, but it effects more abruptly in feline cases.
About two teaspoons of whiskey can drive a 5-pound cat into a coma and three tablespoons would be fatal.
I think you too also know that there are some types of mushrooms toxic for humans, cats, and dogs if taken as proper food.
Am I right?
Wild mushrooms especially contain toxins that may develop diarrhea, vomiting and liver damage.
Symptoms may not be visible after 6-24 hours, but they do cause severe effects on the health of cats. If not treated in time, it may lead to liver failure.
Surely, you have seen cartoons TOM and JERRY,
in which Tom is always seen drinking milk.
Here lies the difference.
Cats develop lactose intolerance to milk when they get older, and other dairy foods like cortege cheese and yogurt are only tolerable in small amounts.
So, it’s not a good idea to feed them milk.
Onions and Garlic
The entire family of onions is in a way dangerous for cats if feed as a proper diet. If you are feeding small chunks of it then it may not cause any damage.
But enough quantity will prohibit nourishment and may lead to anemia.
Grapes and Raisins
Grapes are a much toxic diet so are raisins. They can cause kidney failure.
Signs of grapes and raisins intake include vomiting.
Fats and Bones
People give many dollars to their gym trainer to burn fats.
Isn’t it right?
While everyone is eager to give away fats, it means it is harmful to health and nourishment. Fats both cooked and uncooked is dangerous as a diet, for it can lead to intestinal upsets with vomiting and diarrhea.
Taking in bones is also in either way fatal food for cats because bones can make severe cuts inside of the digestive tract while passing through it.
So, it’s a big no for fats and bones food from me.
Take a pencil and notebook and note down two reasons why we should not give raw egg food to cats.
Giving to our furball raw egg is, first of all, a mere foolish act. Because giving cats raw eggs can lead to Salmonella. Symptoms of Salmonella include diarrhea, lethargy, and vomiting.
This enzyme only remains in a raw egg state. As the egg is cooked it disappears. If the cat eats raw egg, then the presence of avidin will lead to a decrease in absorption of B vitamin called Biotin. This can cause skin and hair cot abnormalities in cats.
When we place dough in the oven it rises the maximum of its size. This phenomenon happens exactly in the stomach. When accidentally eaten by your cat it can cause severe stomach pain.
Do you know what yeast does?
Yeast helps the dough to rise through the process of fermentation.
When taken by your cat yeast food does the same function in the stomach. During fermentation, it produces alcohol that can cause alcohol poising.
It is found in chocolate, tea, coffee, etc.
Caffeine can cause to your feline partner restlessness, rapid breathing and heart palpitations.
If accidentally taken in large amounts it can even cause death.
It starts with the letter ‘’X’’ which gives us an impression of danger, Keep yourself away from me.
And exactly it works the same. Xylitol is venom for cats.
It is present in food like chocolates, candies, gum, toothpaste, bake, and diet foods.
Xylitol abruptly decreases sugar level by increasing the insulin level.
After-effects of xylitol intake are lethargy, vomiting and sometimes loss of coordination.
Many other foods are also too harmful to your feline.
For your ease, I have made a list of foods cats cant eat, so you get a birds-eye view of those specific foods.
- Peanut Butter
- Raw Fish
- Raw Meat
- Human Vitamins
- Citrus Oil
- Canned Tuna
- Rhubarb Leaves
- Baby Food
- Energy Drinks
Here are some useful tips for preventing your feline friend from eating dangerous or toxic foods.
- Never let your cat be on the counter while cooking food.
- Never ever give table scraps.
- Always store food away from your cat’s access.
- Make a reminder on holidays as in days you may not so conscious of your surroundings.
It is not necessary that by following these tips your cat is never gonna intact with these foods. There is always the possibility that your cat may swallow one of these foods and get ailment.
The best option for that moment is to call the nearby vet immediately.
Has a question arisen in your mind?
Let me speak it, it is that which kinds of proteinic food are good for my cat?
I think I have read your mind.
Here I have made a list of those proteins. Let’s have a look.
- Deli meat (lean)
- Eggs (cooked)
- White Fish
I have also added some other foods list that is good for your feline to make your mind clear from any ambiguity.
Here are some fruits you can without any hesitation that can feed your cat.
Here you go….
- Blue Berries
- Honey Dew
Some eatable vegetables for cats….
- Green Beans