2) Avocado – The leaves, fruit, seeds and bark of avocados contain Persin.
This can cause vomiting and diarrhea in your cat.
3) Chocolate, Coffee, Caffeine and Soda – These products all contain substances called methylxanthines, which are found in cacao seeds, coffee beans and in a nut extract used in some sodas.
What can I give my sick cat?
Do not feed the cat until at least 12 hours after vomiting has stopped. Then offer a teaspoonful of boiled skinned chicken or white fish, such as cod or coley. If this is tolerated, give a little more after two hours. Keep this diet going for a couple of days, then gradually mix with normal food.
What things are poisonous to cats?
7 Things That Are Toxic To Cats That You Probably Have At Home Right Now
- Onions & Garlic. Giphy.
- Lilies. Oli Scarff/Getty Images News/Getty Images.
- Grapes & Raisins. Giphy.
- Xylitol. Giphy.
- Caffeine. Giphy.
- NSAID Painkillers. Joe Raedle/Getty Images News/Getty Images.
- Chocolate. Giphy.
How does an indoor cat get sick?
Indoor cats are not disease-free. Just like in humans, cats can get sick for a number of reasons. Infectious diseases are dramatically reduced if you keep your pet inside but not eliminated completely. In the wild, cats intuitively hide their signs of illness so they do not become prey.
Does sugar make cats sick?
To keep your cat healthy, don’t feed them sugary foods. Though sugar isn’t toxic to cats, it can cause obesity and potentially diabetes (as is the case with humans, too). It could also take a toll on a cat’s dental health.
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