The most coveted fruit out there, avocados has been around for nearly 10,000 years. In different countries around the world, it’s known as “butter fruit,” “alligator pears,” and “fertility fruit”. Avocados are a great source of potassium and omega-3 fatty acids. A ripe, creamy avocado is like nothing else on earth.
Can cats eat avocado?
Your cat deserves royal treatment, but can it have avocado? Yes! Avocado contains protein that’s good for growing kittens. Give your feline friend a small amount of this delicacy every once in a while to make sure they are getting all the nutrients they need.
Avocados do contain an oil-soluble compound called persin according to the Pet Poison Helpline. It’s not toxic to humans, dogs, and cats. But if eaten in large quantities it can be harmful to animals.
Avocados are great for cats, but make sure you remove any trace of the avocado skin and pit before feeding small bites. The skin can mess with their digestion system or get lodged in throats if they eat it whole. Avocado trees are toxic to cats and dogs. If you grow avocado (Persea Americana) on your property, keep away from pets. The ASPCA warns that these have been known to be harmful because the leaves and bark contain a high concentration of persin.
If you are someone who loves to make guacamole, it’s important that your cat does not lick the bowl after preparing this dish. Tomatoes and citrus fruit plants can harm them since they both have substances that could cause stomach pain or even lead their a heart attack.
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