It is not recommended for cats to eat or drink Milo because of its ingredients. Milo is a chocolate-flavoured powdered drink consisting of malt barley, milk powder, sugar, and cocoa. It was developed by Thomas Mayne in 1934 as a drink to help children obtain nutrients such as vitamins A, D, and B1 and iron. … Continue reading Can Cats Eat Milo?
It is not recommended for cats to eat white chocolate because of its sugar content. Chocolate typically consists of sugar, cocoa solids, and cocoa butter. White chocolate, on the other hand, is made up of cocoa butter, milk, and sugar, and is devoid of cocoa solids. They say only 0.25 mg of theobromine is found… Continue reading Can Cats Eat White Chocolate?
The short answer: No. The long answer: There are two main reasons why cats should not drink chocolate milk. The first reason is because cats cannot have chocolate. Chocolate is a treat prepared using roasted and ground cacao seeds. Served in liquid, paste, or block form, chocolates contain the compound theobromine, the stimulant caffeine, and… Continue reading Can Cats Drink Chocolate Milk?
The short answer: No. The long answer: Just like dogs, cats can get easily sick by eating a small portion of chocolate. Though cats won’t be particularly drawn to its sweet taste (their sweet taste buds are not very reactive), they might just be curious enough to taste it if you leave a chocolate bar… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Chocolate?
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Though not as potent as milk or dark chocolate, white chocolate still contains the component theobromine, which is harmful for dogs. The poison levels vary depending on your dog’s size, how many grams of chocolate he consumes, and what kind of chocolate he eats in… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat White Chocolate?
The short answer: No. The long answer: Chocolates contain a component called theobromine that’s extremely toxic for dogs, and may result in symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, tremors, spasms, seizures, or heart attack. These aftereffects may manifest over as long as 72 hours. In severe cases, chocolate consumption may even lead to death. The potential… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Chocolate?