The short answer: No. The long answer: Salt is a mineral that is commonly used for cooking and adding flavour to dishes. Just a small amount (4 grams of salt per 2 pounds of your cat’s weight) can cause harm to your kitten friend. Eating salt may lead to her manifesting any or all of… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Salt?
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Meat-loving cats do not need to consume sugar because this sweet-tasting human food is something that they cannot taste and digest. Their bodies are not good at breaking down carbohydrates, and they are better off having protein-rich meals. Feeding your cat too much sugar (whether… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Sugar?
The short answer: No. The long answer: An ingredient commonly used to add flavour to human food, salt is a tasty mineral that should be kept away from curious dogs at all times. The salty condiment can make your dog extremely dehydrated, make him want to pee repeatedly, cause severe stomach inflammation, create electrolyte imbalances,… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Salt?
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: A common cooking condiment, sugar is a sweet-tasting soluble carbohydrate that is composed of glucose and fructose. Though it is safe for humans to eat, it’s not advisable for your canine companion to consume it. Excessive amounts of sugar can lead to health complications such… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Sugar?
The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Your cat’s diet should consist of a high amount of protein, a moderate amount of fat, and a low amount of carbohydrates – especially if she is an indoor cat. Honey is not included in her dietary needs, so you should not feed it to… Continue reading Can Cats Eat Honey?
The short answer: Yes, but in limited quantities. The long answer: Honey is filled with so many nutrients that will improve your dog’s well-being. Thanks to the pollen grains it contains, honey can help alleviate environmental allergies your dog may have. It can also combat gastrointestinal diseases, balancing out the natural bacterial flora of your… Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Honey?