Keep These 8 Foods Away From Your Cats


Chocolates include methylxanthine chemicals theobromine and caffeine, which are poisonous to cats. 

Onions and Garlic

These culinary goods contain thiosulfates, which can harm a cat's red blood cells and cause hemolytic anemia.

Grapes and Raisins

Grapes and raisins can cause renal failure in cats in little doses, although the harmful chemical is unknown. 


Alcohol can cause cats to lose coordination, move poorly, become disoriented, coma, and die. Even little amounts of alcohol are harmful.


Coffee, tea, energy drinks, and some sodas contain caffeine, which can harm your cat in several ways. 


Xylitol, used in sugar-free gum, sweets, and baked goods, can cause feline hypoglycemia by rapidly releasing insulin.

Raw Dough

Raw bread might bloat and bother your cat. It may potentially harm cats by fermenting yeast in the intestines and creating alcohol.


They can splinter and cause choking, intestinal obstructions, or intestinal punctures, causing extreme agony and perhaps death for your cat.