Because they’re such picky eaters, we sometimes think cats know what’s best for them when it is time to eat. But the very fact that they will walk off from a bit of bad meat doesn’t suggest they’ll bypass an open can of tuna. which can of tuna are often even as dangerous. You’ll be surprised to find out a number of the common foods your cats should never eat.
Cats are often hooked into tuna, whether it’s packed for cats or humans. Some tuna now then probably won’t hurt. But a gentle diet of tuna prepared for humans can cause malnutrition because it won’t have all the nutrients a cat needs. And, an excessive amount of tuna can cause poisoning. Remember the old saying, “Honest as a cat when the meat’s out of reach.” Your cat will see an open can of tuna next to the sink as a dinner invitation.
Onions, Garlic, Chives
Onion altogether forms — powdered, raw, cooked, or dehydrated — can break down a cat’s red blood cells, resulting in anemia. That’s true even for the onion powder that’s found in some baby foods. Eating an outsized quantity once or eating smaller amounts regularly can cause onion poisoning. Additionally to onions, garlic, which is 5 times as potent as onions, and chives can each cause major health and potentially life-threatening problems.
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