Cat Nutrition

What to avoid when feeding a cat? Read on to learn about what cats can eat and what cannot


Can Maine Coon Cat Eat Rosemary?

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Rosemary is a popular herb that many people use to add flavor and aroma to their dishes. But what about our feline friends? Can cats eat rosemary safely, or is it harmful to them?


Can Maine Coon Cats Eat Raw Shrimp?

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You may want to spoil your furry friend with shrimp occasionally. But before you share your seafood with your kitty, you might wonder: can cats eat raw shrimp? Is it safe and healthy for them? Or should you cook it first?


5 Best Dry Cat Food for Indoor Cats 2023: Everything You Need to Know

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Indoor cats have different nutritional needs than outdoor cats. They tend to be less active, more prone to hairballs and obesity and may have lower water intake. So what kind of dry cat food should you pick?


Can Maine Coon Cats Eat Olive Oil?

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Olive oil is a staple in many kitchens and is often praised for its health benefits for humans. But what about our feline friends? Can cats eat olive oil?


Can A Maine Coon Cat Eat Dog Food?

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If you have a cat and a dog in your house, you might have wondered: can a cat eat dog food? Or perhaps you've caught your cat sneaking a few bites of your dog's meal and worried about the consequences.


Can Maine Coon kittens eat adult cat food? Read before you feed them

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Some kittens tempted to eat adult cat food. Can they eat adult cat food? What age can they eat? Read before you feed them.


Can Maine Coon Cats Eat Eggs?

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As a cat owner, you may wonder if giving your feline friend some human food, like eggs, is safe. In this article, we will explore whether cats can eat eggs, the different types of eggs they can consume, the ideal serving size, and how to cook eggs for cats.


Can Maine Coon Cats Have Whipped Cream?

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In conclusion, cats should not be given whipped cream or other dairy products, as they are typically lactose intolerant and can experience gastrointestinal upset as a result. Instead, offer cats healthy alternatives, such as plain yogurt, pureed pumpkin or sweet potato, and freeze-dried meat treats. Always choose treats specifically formulated for cats and consult your veterinarian before significantly changing your cat's diet.

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Fruit Snacks for Your Maine Coon: Which Ones Are Not Safe?

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Fruits might be a treat or something toxic for cats. Which fruit can we feed them as snacks?