As you has your food preferences, an animal also has bans. For the cat, several foods are deprecated.
You absolutely should not feed a cat with a complete dog food because the cat has specific nutritional needs that the dog does not have.
The risks of contamination by raw meat are important. If the sanitary quality is good, the risk of parasitic contamination is not excluded. eg taenia.
Food too oily.
The cat is a very small animal, weighing only a few kilograms. If you can easily give 5 grams of cheese to a cat, you have to realize that it amounts to at least 50 grams of cheese for a man. It is enormous. Avoid it and not to disrupt the balance weight of your pet.
An outdated food will not be good for your cat. do not give him any damaged product, otherwise it will make him sick!
Egg white can cause diarrhea in the cat, due to factors diminishing the digestive capacity of the proteins it contains.
Tuna, like other fish, if badly preserved or prepared can create intoxications because of the viscera, which contaminate the flesh.
Not toxic, But sometimes badly tolerated because some adult cats can no longer digest lactose or milk sugar. The consumption of milk in large quantities can creates diarrhea. In some extremely rare cases, some cats are allergic to cow’s milk.
Vitamins for Man.
Vitamins for humans are dangerous for several reasons. The needs are not the same, the doses either. Besides, the type of vitamins necessary for the cat is a little different from that needed for man.”
Fish with bones.
It is mistaken that the ridges are safe for the cat. It’s not true. Contrary to popular belief that a cat can plant an edge in the throat.
In the cat, the onion can be tolerated in very small quantities, it is not a problem, but it can cause a hemolytic anemia which will give a jaundice to the animal.
It should be avoided, as a precautionary measure.
Just like onion, garlic can be consumed in very small quantities, but the risk of anemia exists. Therefore preferably avoid it.
Good to know: onion is more toxic than garlic.
The tea is also not to the taste of our pets. The theine indeed, is not better supported than the caffeine by the cat. So avoid it too.
Lovers of small black beans, keep your coffee for you only. Caffeine is badly tolerated by the cat. Coffee and all other so-called caffeinated energy drinks are prohibited.
As for the dog, Theo bromine contained in chocolate is a toxic molecule for the cat also. Dark chocolate is particularly toxic.
The remains of human food.
The leftovers are often made up of fatty pieces, roasted and not very digestible and therefore must be avoided. Give him rather a few dice of vegetables and a spoonful of natural yoghurt. it will be well tolerated.
Check this out: The essential vaccinations for cat.
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