1. Onions/Garlic


Garlic and onions can trigger damage to red blood cells. This can result in anemia in cats according to the vet Dr. Tina Wismer, medical director of the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center claims. “Cats tend to be much pickier eaters as opposed to dogs, but we’ve seen cats eat an entire cup of caramelized onions.”

While the amount of dose will determine the degree of poisoning, a feeling of lethargy or diminished appetite are signs of an allergic reaction. The earlier you recognize the possibility of poisoning in cats, the more effective, so if your cat is being strangely behaved, don’t hesitate contact your vet.


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