Have you been worried about your picky cat’s diet?
Cats are choosy animals with more mood swings than most humans. They are popular to be particular about the amount of cuddling, favorable humans, and sadly even the variety in their diet.
Trying to meet your cat’s expectations in food is a tricky task, especially if you’re misinformed about the foodstuff that can cause harm to your furry friend. That’s why we’ve got you covered through this blog post that lists the food that you should not feed your cat with reasons.
How many times have you seen a wandering kitten and the first thing that came to your mind was feeding it milk?
We are surrounded by sources of media and misinformation that cats love milk, but the truth is that milk and other dairy products can do more harm than good to your feline.
Most of the cats are lactose intolerant naturally, which means feeding them dairy products can upset their stomach and can cause vomiting and diarrhea.
To avoid this, special formulas are available that you can add to the milk and feed the kittens that are too young to eat solid food.
Cats are known for their hunting abilities and skills, that doesn’t necessarily mean that their hunt-- raw meat -- is good for consumption.
Raw meat has a high chance of being infected with dangerous bacteria like E. coli and salmonella. These bacteria can cause serious health problems in your little friend’s little digestive systems and sometimes might even be fatal.
Can you ever imagine a cat that wouldn’t want to eat raw fish? Popular assumptions and beliefs suggest that cats are lovers of dry fishes, fish remains, and absolutely love tuna.
Studies have found out that relying heavily on tuna based diets to your cats might strip them of necessary nutrients. Cats can easily get addicted to tuna which can lead to malnutrition. Moreover, too much of tuna also poses the risk of causing mercury poisoning in your cat!
Humans may find it difficult to survive without chocolate, coffee, and other caffeine-based products; turns out these very substances are dangerous for pets to a poisonous level.
Chocolate contains Methylxanthines which can be lethal for your pet. Ingestion and absorption of these substances can lead to seizures, high body temperature, abnormal heart rate, excessive vomiting and diarrhea, and many other problems that can quickly escalate to death.
Being a cat parent is difficult. Particularly each time your cat comes up to you when you’re about to have a meal and makes an irresistible face that makes it impossible for you to not give in.
Avoiding this behavior and monitoring your cat’s diets and occasional treats is the only way you can see your cat healthy and happy. Treating your cat by responding to momentary impulses might do the same to your cat as it would do to you -- cause obesity, diabetes, and other ailments.
What healthy snacks do you treat your cat with? Share your tips in the comments section.
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