Most cats rarely eat or like foods like fruits and vegetables. Some fruits and vegetables can cause some toxic damage to cats, such as green onions and grapes. According to the American Small Animal Association, almost 90% of fruits and vegetables have varying degrees of toxicity or side effects to kittens, and they may basically cause diarrhea and vomiting, and may even be poisoned by long-term use. Some cats may eat fruit, but it must be appropriate. The sugar in the fruit has a higher concentration for the cat’s gastrointestinal tract. Eating a small amount has a beneficial effect. Excessive consumption may cause the cat’s gastrointestinal discomfort, causing diarrhea or vomiting. The fruits that cats can eat are watermelon, cantaloupe, banana, apple, strawberry and so on. It is particularly important to note that cats cannot eat grapes, which can easily cause kidney failure in cats. Persimmons should not be eaten either, which may cause intestinal obstruction in cats. At the same time, it is not allowed to feed the fruit pit, so as not to block the gastrointestinal tract or cause poisoning. The fruits that cats cannot eat 1, grapes, grapes, raisins, blackcurrants, etc., contain unknown toxins. Even a small amount may cause cats to repeatedly vomit and eventually kidney failure. However, some cats can prevent the harm of grapes. For the sake of safety, don’t feed them grapes. 2. Persimmon Persimmon seeds contain substances that can cause intestinal obstruction and enteritis in cats. 3. The seeds of peaches, plums, cherries, and apricots all contain the toxic substance cyanide, which can cause cats to vomit, intestinal obstruction, and breathing difficulties. 4. The high potassium content of carambola carambola can cause acute renal failure in cats. 5. Avocado Avocado, also known as avocado. Among them, toxins can cause cats to have digestive problems, breathing difficulties, high fevers, etc. A large amount of avocado consumption can cause cats to die. The avocado ingredient contained in cat food refers to the “extracted beneficial oily ingredient”. This ingredient is non-toxic and beneficial to the cat’s hair and liver. So don’t be mistaken for thinking that cat food contains avocado ingredients, and cats can eat avocados. 6. Citrus, oranges, grapefruits, lemons and citrus are all acidic fruits, which can stimulate the cat’s stomach. If cats are exposed to or consume citrus orange oil for a long time, it is easy to cause cat cell necrosis, vomiting, and even death. The above quotes are from the Internet, but according to the individual differences of each cat, allergens are different, so it is generally recommended that cats minimize their intake of fruits and vegetables. In fact, when the owner chooses cat food, he prefers cat food with an appropriate amount of vitamins. There is no need to supplement the cat with fruits and vegetables. If cats particularly like to eat certain fruits and vegetables, they can be given in moderation if it is safe. Cats are completely carnivorous animals. They need more protein than humans and dogs. They cannot get all the necessary nutrients from plants, such as taurine. They need to be obtained from some animal tissues, so they are raising cats. At times, it is recommended to feed mainly pet food, such as cat food, canned cat food, and freeze-dried food. Finally, I still want to tell cat friends to try not to give cats human food, because human food is too high in fat and salt for cats, which can easily damage the cat’s internal organs, and in severe cases can lead to chronic failure of related organs. In addition, there are some foods that people eat that may be potentially toxic to cats, but there is little known about them. For the cat’s health, it is recommended not to feed a variety of people’s food to the cat, so as not to cause unnecessary consequences.