I love chocolate.
Well, to be honest, I have phases. Sometimes, I just love chocolates and can't get enough of them while other times, I don't really care. That being said, I do have chocolate in my house at all times.
As do most people, I'd imagine.
But, some common human foods--like chocolates--may not be safe for our feline friends. So, it's always a good idea to look up what is and isn't safe for our cats.
We all know how chocolate is bad for dogs and how you need to keep it away from your pooch at all costs. Same is the case with kitties, of course.
You see, chocolate is as bad for cats as it is for dogs.
In large amounts, it can also prove to be lethal. So, it's important to keep chocolate as far away from your cat as possible.
The good news is that most cats are picky eaters. They won't eat chocolate on their own unless they're coaxed into it by their owners, thinking they're giving their cat a sweet treat.
Teach your kids that chocolate is bad for cats so that they keep it away from the kitty.
Don't keep chocolate unattended if you've got a curious kitty who likes to snack on anything and everything.
There's a reason why chocolate doesn't agree with our kitties. It contains a toxin named "Theobromine" which, in large quantities, can be lethal.
Now, what may be a large quantity for you and me is not what it would be for a cat.
You see, cats are smaller than us. So, they even a small piece of chocolate can be lethal.
What's more, is that all types of chocolate are bad for cats--even white chocolate that doesn't contain cocoa.
It's best to keep it away from your kitty.
Yes, chocolate is bad for cats, and you should keep it as far away from your kitty as physically possible! In case of accidental ingest, call the vet immediately. Do not take Theobromine poisoning lightly!
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