5. Tuna


A diet that is high in tuna could not only lead to toxic mercury in cats (just as human beings) but it can also leave your cat undernourished as it’s not a complete source of the essential minerals and vitamins your cat requires Dr. Wismer said. A quick bite will not cause harm but it’s recommended to avoid tuna as the primary source of food for your cat.

If you suspect that your pet may have ingested a harmful substance, you can call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at 888-426-2435 or their Pet Poison Hotline at 855-213-6680. Both lines are available all day 7 days a week.


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