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13 Unexpected foods Your Cat Should Never Eat: Milk,Tuna

 Unexpected foods Your Cat Should Never Eat
Unexpected foods Your Cat Should Never Eat



Dangerous food?

Because they are so picky, we sometimes think cats know what foods are best for them when they should eat. However, the fact that they stay away from a piece of bad meat does not mean that they will avoid opening a can of tuna. That can of tuna can be equally dangerous. In fact, you will be surprised at some common foods that cats should not eat.


Tuna

Cats can be addicted to tuna, whether for cats or humans. Some tuna won't hurt every now and then, but the problem is a consistent diet of tuna prepared for humans because it won't contain all the nutrients your cat needs and can lead to malnutrition.Many tuna can cause mercury poisoning.


Onions, garlic, chives

Eating all forms of onions, whether raw, cooked, powdered or dried, can destroy the cat's red blood cells, leading to anemia.A small dose from time to time may not hurt, but eating smaller amounts regularly or large amounts at once can cause onion poisoning . Garlic and chives also cause poisoning in addition to digestive upset.


Milk and dairy products

What's wrong with delivering your cat of milk or a piece of cheese? The digestive system cannot process dairy foods because most cats do not carry lactose, and the result can disturb the digestive system due to diarrhea.


Liver

Small amounts of liver will not harm your cat, but eating too much of it can cause vitamin A toxicity, symptoms include deformed bones, bone growth on the spine, elbows and osteoporosis, vitamin A toxicity can cause death.


Alcohol

Alcoholic beverages, beer, wine, and foods containing alcohol are not good for your cat because alcohol has the same effect on your cat's liver and mind as humans, but with cats it doesn't take much to harm them.

Drinking only two teaspoons of whiskey can result in a coma in a 5-pound cat, and can kill it at once again.


Grapes and raisins

Grapes and raisins are mostly used as a treatment for pets, but eating them is not a good idea. Grapes and raisins can cause kidney failure in cats, and a small amount can make your cat sick.

Frequent hyperactivity and vomiting are early signs, although some bad effects do not appear on cats, it is best not to give your cat grapes and keep grapes and raisins out of the rooftops and other places your cat can reach.


Caffeine

Drinking caffeine in large quantities can be fatal for  a cat, and unfortunately there is no antidote.

Symptoms of caffeine poisoning include:
Insomnia, heart palpitations, rapid breathing, muscle tremors, as well as tea and coffee. Caffeine can also be found in chocolate, cocoa, cola, and stimulant beverages such as Red Bull. It is also found in some cold medicines and painkillers.

foods you should never feed your cat


Chocolate

Chocolate may be fatal for cats, of course, most cats will not eat it alone, but it can be persuaded to eat it by owners who believe they are treating the cat.
The toxic factor is theobromine, it's found in all kinds of chocolate, eating chocolate can cause abnormal heart rhythm, tremors, and death.


Trimmings of fat and bones

Table scraps contain fat trimmed off of meat and bones, fats and bones can be dangerous to the health of cats. Both cooked and uncooked fats can cause intestinal disorders with vomiting and diarrhea.
Bones can strangle your cat or cause blockages or chopping the internal parts of your cat's digestive system.


Raw eggs

The problem in giving a cat a raw egg. The first is the possibility of food poisoning from bacteria such as E. Coli or salmonella, as the protein found in raw egg whites called avidin can interfere with the absorption of biotin butane, this can cause skin problems as well as problems with the cat coat.


Raw meat and fish

Raw meat and fish may contain bacteria that cause food poisoning, and an enzyme in raw fish can destroy vitamin B, which is essential for your cat.Lack of thiamine (vitamin B) can cause serious neurological problems and lead to convulsions and coma.


Dog food

Of course an occasional bite of dog food will not hurt your cat, they have a lot of the same ingredients but dog food is not a substitute for cat food, cat food is specially prepared for cat needs, which contain more proteins and some vitamins and fatty acids, a consistent diet for dog food Can cause damage to your cat.



Yeast dough

The bread dough needs to rise before baking, and that's exactly what you will do in your cat's stomach when it swells.The dough can stretch the abdomen and cause severe pain.When the yeast ferments the dough to raise it, it also produces alcohol that can lead to poisoning.


If Your Cat Eats What It Shouldn't

No matter how cautious you are, cats can find and swallow things they shouldn't. It is always a good idea to keep the number of local veterinarians, the nearest emergency clinic and the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (888) 426-4435, you can find them in an emergency. If you think your cat has eaten something toxic, seek emergency help immediately.


What can a cat eat?

Cats are carnivores and need meat. Talking to your veterinarian about the cat food you provide and following the instructions on the label will help ensure that your cat's diet is balanced and that your cat is healthy. The taste of occasionally cooked boneless beef or brown rice may be a treat. But it's best to keep it small and infrequent.

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