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What not to feed cats

Do not feed your cat raw or undercooked meat or bones. Cats must have the nutrition they need, including protein, essential fatty acids, and vitamins and minerals, in the right proportions. Raw meat can be a potential source of bacteria.

Avoid feeding your cat chocolate and caffeine.

Cats' digestive system is very different from ours, so they don't need a lot of roughage. Cats are thought to be grain-free, but many commercial cat food brands contain grain.

Sources

Root, Barbara. "What Not to Feed Your Cat." Petful.com.

"What Not to Feed Your Dog." Petful.com.

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