Food #2: Dog Food
So many families have both cats and dogs and it isn’t uncommon to leave Fido’s food bowl sitting out. The problem is that dog food just isn’t designed to meet the specific dietary needs of a cat. Cats require a certain amount of protein and fat in their diets, and dog food simply doesn’t provide it.
More importantly, dog food lacks an important amino acid (called Taurine) which cats require in their diet.
Let the dogs eat the dog food…not the cats.
Some of these I knew about, thank you for sharing. But what I have been looking for are poisonous indoor plants. I don’t have plants in the house and would love to have some, however I don’t know which ones are safe for my kitty. If you can tell me I would be greatful. Thank you.
Lilies are poisonous for cats…My daughter nearly lost her cat after he feasted on some of these dangerous flowers.
You forgot an important one….cinnamon!
My name is Krista Hiller from Hillsboro iL I have a 9 year old cat named lulu can cats eat gravy ?
everytime i ate something that has chocolate on/in it when my cat was not around i always said, “no, you cant have chocolate” to my cat if he BEGS for a piece
NO people gravy. I was just reading about this.
Just cat gravy that is made fir cats.