No matter how much they beg, (and no matter how cute they look when they beg), there are some foods that should never be fed to pets. Below you will find a list of the top toxic “people foods” to avoid feeding your pet. These are not the only foods toxic to your pets. There are other foods that, if ingested in large quantities, will make your pet ill.
Imagine you are a dog or cat: It is a slightly cloudy but warm day, you are covered in fur, your body is not made to perspire well, you especially overheat in high humidity and you tend to be active and excited in the car.
Midnight stays svelte for his close-up - he is not a fan of our cheese treats!
Feline Vomiting and Diarrhea – IBD
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Comments from specialists:
- We do not believe it is ‘normal’ for cats to vomit hairballs, but feel it is symptomatic of gastrointestinal disease, especially IBD and its various presentations.
- Cats are built to eat a lot of hair from self-grooming, grooming other cat friends and eating small, furry rodents.
- I might accept vomiting one or two hair balls a year as possibly normal. However, it is more likely the cat is vomiting for some other reason and ...