10 Common Things That Can Kill Your Cat

There are many things that can kill your cat and some find themselves in your own home without your knowledge. It is critical that you inform yourself and be able to identify which products, foods, or plants are keeping you well away from your feline.

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In YourCatCareguide we offer you a complete list of common things that can kill your cat, explaining to him why this can happen. In addition, we also tell you what to do if your cat suffers intoxication or how to avoid it.

Keep reading and find out 10 common things that can kill your cat .

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1. Water with bleach (bleach)

It is normal that in times of greater heat the cat tries to drink water from anywhere. Especially if you have your drinker empty, you can try to drink liquid from other places. If by mistake you forget the bucket with bleach that you used to clean, you could have a serious problem.

Cats love the bleach , it’s irresistible to them. But this can mean a serious problem for your health. Bleach is very harmful and can cause serious problems in your digestive system, vomiting, excessive salivation and a lot of pain. If vomiting, bleach can be a terrible corrosiveto the cat’s mouth.

2. Aspirin

Aspirin is a very common medicine that does not harm the human body. However, the effects on our cat can be very serious since it is very poisonous to the cats. Other medications, such as acetaminophen, are also toxic to cats.

3. Easter Flower

Easter Flower is one of the toxic plants for cats . It is very important to make sure that your cat can not access it from any were since they seem to have a natural attraction for this plant. The milky substance that this plant releases causes vomiting and diarrhea when ingested in small amounts, but in large doses can be very harmful.

4. Chocolate

Chocolate contains a toxic substance called theobromine, an alkaloid that is obtained from cocoa and stimulates the cat’s nervous system. Contrary to what happens to people, felines are not able to eliminate this substance from their body. Only six grams per kilogram of weight can be deadly . See also this list of forbidden foods for cats .

5. Tobacco smoke

As with people, tobacco smoke prompts the appearance of cancer in the cat. If you are a smoker bet on having your windows wide open by smoking outside the house whenever possible and by throwing smoke up to avoid contact with the cat.

6. Raw fish

It is not a good idea to offer raw fish to our cat, although there may be something left over from our sashimi . Raw fish can contain bacteria , very harmful to a cat that is accustomed to eating dry feed. On the other hand, we should also watch for pimples , one of the earliest causes of intestinal perforation in cats.

Finally, commenting that the consumption of certain fish, such as tuna, can lead to deficiencies of vitamin B and an excessive amount of mercury, something that is very bad for cats.

7. Naphthalene balls

Your cat is very likely to be attracted to seeing mothballs on the floor. If they are ingested we are faced with a very serious health problem that seriously damages the nervous system. May cause vomiting, diarrhea and even seizures .

8. Toothpaste

The toothpaste or toothpaste contains a large amount of chemical elements such as fluorine or abrasives (salt). Specifically fluoride, is very harmful and dangerous to the health of your cat.

It can cause nervous changes, lack of attention, heartburn, vomiting and internal damage. In the long run it can even cause incontinence and even death . It is very important to avoid cat access to this product.

Ink

The different types of paints are composed of pigments, binders, solvents, plasticizers and other elements. All of them are detrimental to the cat’s intestinal health, but solvents, in particular, can cause hallucinations, severe seizures, seizures, epilepsy, coma and even cardiac arrhythmias.

10. Rat poison

Of course any kind of poison is very harmful to the health of our pets. If you have cats or dogs at home never use rat poisons, since your pets may also be affected. Let us not forget that children are also likely to eat anything they find. Bet before on home-made traps that do not kill the mouse and that can not harm your animals. Ingesting this type of product can cause death very quickly .

What to do if the cat is intoxicated?

If your cat is intoxicated you should go to the vet as soon as possible to help remove the toxic substance from your body. Remember that it is not advisable to force vomit if we are not sure what you ingested, because some products such as bleach can act as dangerous corrosives in your mouth.

Call the veterinarian urgently if necessary, your cat’s life is at risk if he ingested any of these 10 common things that can kill your cat.

Tips to prevent your cat from becoming intoxicated

The best you can do to keep your cat from getting intoxicated will be to keep out of reach all these products just as you would a young child. You can not expect the cat to know what things are harmful or not. You should take care of your safety in a responsible way.

This article is purely informative, in YourCatCareguide.com.br we do not have the capacity to prescribe veterinary treatments nor to make any type of diagnosis. We suggest you bring your pet to the veterinarian in case of any type of condition or malaise.

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Emily Harris
 

Hi Guys, Girls, and Cats:-p I am Emily Harris, and you can see in above pic. She loves me I swear. I saved her from a dumpster a few weeks back.

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