How about chicken liver for cat? – how about chicken liver for cat?

       Siam (details)

       The nutritional value of animal viscera is indeed very high, but not high nutritional value food can be eaten every day! As the saying goes, “illness comes from the mouth, and evil comes from the mouth.”. Many cats like to eat chicken liver, so the owner will often give it chicken liver. However, many parents do not know that chicken liver for a long time is not good for cats. Some cat friends reported that after eating chicken liver for three times, their cat couldn’t move, could not urinate or poop, and its eyes were half open, and its whole body seemed to have no strength at all. It has been reported that eating too much, lethargy and even death from poisoning.

       So chicken liver can’t be a cat’s staple food! The reasons are explained in detail below:

       Chicken liver mainly contains protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamin A, vitamin D, phosphorus and other ingredients. It has high nutritional value, good palatability and unique fishy smell, which is loved by dogs and cats. But if eat liver for a long time, and eat liver alone will appear some diseases.

       Obesity – because chicken liver is rich in fat and carbohydrates, the excessive energy consumption of dogs and cats over a long period of time can lead to obesity. Obesity will increase the incidence rate of diabetes, inflammation and cardiovascular diseases.

       Pruritus: there are many growth promoting agents in chicken feed, and most of these chemicals are metabolized by liver. Therefore, long-term consumption of chicken liver will cause food allergy or chronic cumulative poisoning, which is easy to cause skin diseases.

       Vitamin A poisoning — chicken liver contains a large amount of vitamin A. if fed with chicken liver mixed with carrots, the dog’s vitamin A will be excessive, and if it can’t be discharged in time, it will cause accumulated vitamin A poisoning, causing pain, lameness and tooth loss and other diseases.

       Calcium deficiency – due to the high phosphorus content and low calcium content in the liver, and the inhibition effect of phosphorus on the absorption of calcium, long-term consumption of liver will lead to the lack of calcium in the body, resulting in rickets in young dogs and cats or rickets in adult dogs and cats.

       Bleeding – the blood coagulation of the body requires the participation of calcium. If the dogs and cats eat the liver for a long time, resulting in calcium deficiency, it will cause coagulation dysfunction, and it is not easy to stop bleeding when chronic bleeding or acute bleeding occurs.

       Postpartum convulsion: dogs and cats that eat liver for a long time in the postpartum period lose a lot of calcium due to lactation, and their own reserves of calcium are very small, so it is easy to appear hypocalcemia, manifested as panting, salivation, convulsion, limb stiffness. If the treatment is timely, it may cause death.

       Although eating liver for a long time has various disadvantages, it does not mean that chicken liver can never be eaten. In some cases, chicken liver is a good tonic for dogs and cats

       First of all, dogs and cats prone to cold and diarrhea can take advantage of the high vitamin a content in chicken liver to maintain the integrity of respiratory and digestive tract epithelial cells, so as to enhance the body’s resistance.

       Second, for the dogs and cats with poor appetite or severe disease and no appetite, the good palatability of chicken liver can be used to stimulate appetite and gradually restore digestive tract function.

       Third, for dogs and cats with poor nutrition or weak constitution, the high protein content in chicken liver can increase their nutrition and enhance their physique

       Read here, you can give chicken liver to the cat at home, have a certain understanding. Wish your cat healthy and lively!

       Hello:

       I’m sure that cats can eat chicken liver, but there are “conditions”.

       Chicken liver is rich in iron, which is good for the growth of cat fur.

       However, long-term and excessive consumption of chicken liver will lead to excess vitamin A and cause diarrhea and vomiting in cats.

       Overeating chicken liver can inhibit the absorption of calcium, resulting in calcium deficiency in cats.

       So give cat eat chicken liver must pay attention to reasonable collocation, general chicken liver and other food ratio

       It is best to keep it at 1:10. Chicken liver and steamed bread, once a week to two times, feeding more easily get sick,!

       I hope my answer can help you, thank you.

       American Curl

       In order to keep the cat healthy, cat owners have used all kinds of tricks. High grade cat food, cat snacks and homemade cat food are all given to the cat. In fact, some nutrition of the cat is unnecessary, and some things are not needed. Today, let’s talk about whether it is good for cats to eat chicken liver.

       In addition to chicken liver, many foods, such as fish, meat, various seafood and some vegetables, can make the cat eat enough vitamin A. professional cat food has enough vitamin A to maintain the cat’s health, so the cat does not need chicken liver to maintain nutrition.

       The harm of overfeeding chicken liver:

       1. Calcium deficiency. Excessive intake of vitamin A can inhibit vitamin D intake and lead to calcium loss.

       2. Vitamin A poisoning. Excessive vitamin A in the body can not be eliminated in time, will cause cumulative poisoning

       3. Bleeding. Calcium is needed to participate in the coagulation of the body. Long term consumption of chicken liver in cats will cause coagulation dysfunction.

       4. Toxin accumulation. ***It is an organ of excretion and metabolism of the body, and it will accumulate some toxins. Now chicken feed always has a lot of chemical additives, so chicken liver has a lot of additive residues.

       5. Obesity. Chicken liver is rich in fat, high in calories and high in cholesterol.

       6. Parasites. Raw chicken liver is more rich in the smell of blood by many cats, some parents simply feed raw chicken liver directly to the cat. Parasites are found in raw meat and raw viscera.

       Chicken liver is rich in nutrients, containing protein 16.6 g, carbohydrate 2.8 g, fat 4.8 g per 100 g, and the content of vitamin A is as high as 10.414 mg, which is far beyond the needs of cats. Vitamin A poisoning and other health problems caused by eating chicken liver do more harm than good for cats.

       Chicken liver belongs to the viscera of animals. Some cats like to eat it very much. There are also chicken liver flavors in cat food. Some parents also like to make cat rice with chicken liver. But chicken liver can not be a staple food, to eat less, such as a week to eat one or two pieces, and do not eat pure chicken liver, otherwise bad for the cat’s health.

       1¡¢ The reason why chicken liver can’t be used as the staple food of cats:

       Chicken liver is rich in nutrients, containing protein 16.6 g, carbohydrate 2.8 g, fat 4.8 g per 100 g, and the content of vitamin A is as high as 10.414 mg, which is far beyond the needs of cats.

       Vitamin A poisoning and other health problems caused by eating chicken liver do more harm than good for cats. In addition to chicken liver, many foods, such as fish, meat, various seafood and some vegetables, can make the cat eat enough vitamin A. professional cat food has enough vitamin A to maintain the cat’s health, so the cat does not need chicken liver to maintain nutrition.

       Obesity – because chicken liver is rich in fat and carbohydrates, the excessive energy consumption of dogs and cats over a long period of time can lead to obesity. Obesity will increase the incidence rate of diabetes, inflammation and cardiovascular diseases.

       Pruritus: there are many growth promoting agents in chicken feed, and most of these chemicals are metabolized by liver. Therefore, long-term consumption of chicken liver will cause food allergy or chronic cumulative poisoning, which is easy to cause skin diseases.

       

       Calcium deficiency – due to the high phosphorus content and low calcium content in the liver, and the inhibition effect of phosphorus on the absorption of calcium, long-term consumption of liver will lead to the lack of calcium in the body, resulting in rickets in young dogs and cats or rickets in adult dogs and cats.

       Bleeding – the blood coagulation of the body requires the participation of calcium. If the dogs and cats eat the liver for a long time, resulting in calcium deficiency, it will cause coagulation dysfunction, and it is not easy to stop bleeding when chronic bleeding or acute bleeding occurs.

       Postpartum convulsion: dogs and cats that eat liver for a long time in the postpartum period lose a lot of calcium due to lactation, and their own reserves of calcium are very small, so it is easy to appear hypocalcemia, manifested as panting, salivation, convulsion, limb stiffness. If the treatment is not timely, it may cause death.

       2¡¢ Although eating liver for a long time has various disadvantages, it does not mean that chicken liver can never be eaten. In some cases, chicken liver is a good tonic for dogs and cats

       First, dogs and cats prone to cold and diarrhea can take advantage of the high vitamin a content in chicken liver to maintain the integrity of respiratory tract and digestive epithelial cells, so as to enhance the body’s resistance.

       Second, for the dogs and cats with poor appetite or severe disease and no appetite, the good palatability of chicken liver can be used to stimulate appetite and gradually restore digestive tract function.

       Third, for dogs and cats with poor nutrition or weak constitution, the high protein content in chicken liver can increase their nutrition and enhance their physique.

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       2. When cats are over 7 years old, they have a lot of health problems, especially in terms of metabolism, such as * * and eyes. To solve these problems, it is important to feed them low-fat and low-energy food to help them maintain their normal weight. In addition, we should also ensure the content of cellulose in food to ensure the health of the gastrointestinal tract, reduce the content of magnesium and phosphorus, and maintain the health of urinary system and * *. In addition, try to make them easy to digest.

       3. Weigh the cat regularly to ensure that the cat’s weight is within the normal range, and feed the cat according to the veterinary and dietitian’s advice. Assess the cat’s physical condition regularly and adjust the amount of food to be fed according to the condition. Gently scratch the cat’s chin, is to increase the cat’s favor on you.

       Source: Baidu Encyclopedia – cat feeding

       sure.

       Chicken liver belongs to the viscera of animals, and some cats like it very much. Chicken liver is also available in cat food. Some parents also like to make cat rice with chicken liver. But chicken liver can not be a staple food, to eat less, such as a week to eat one or two pieces, and do not eat pure chicken liver. Otherwise, it’s not good for the cat.

       Chicken liver mainly contains protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamin A, vitamin D, phosphorus and other ingredients. It has high nutritional value, good palatability and unique fishy smell, which is loved by dogs and cats. But if eat liver for a long time, and eat liver alone will appear some diseases.

       The harm of cat over eating chicken liver

       1. Calcium deficiency. Excessive intake of vitamin A can inhibit vitamin D absorption and lead to calcium loss.

       2. Vitamin A poisoning. Excessive vitamin A in the body can not be eliminated in time, will cause cumulative poisoning.

       3. Bleeding. Calcium is needed to participate in the coagulation of the body. Long term consumption of chicken liver in cats will cause coagulation dysfunction.

       4. Toxin accumulation. ***It is an organ of excretion and metabolism of the body, and it will accumulate some toxins. Now chicken feed always has a lot of chemical additives, so chicken liver has a lot of additive residues.

       5. Obesity. Chicken liver is rich in fat, high in calories and high in cholesterol.

       6. Parasites. Raw chicken liver is more rich in the smell of blood by many cats, some parents simply feed raw chicken liver directly to the cat. Parasites are found in raw meat and raw viscera.

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       In some cases, chicken liver is a good tonic for dogs and cats

       First of all, dogs and cats prone to cold and diarrhea can take advantage of the high vitamin a content in chicken liver to maintain the integrity of respiratory and digestive tract epithelial cells, so as to enhance the body’s resistance.

       Second, for the dogs and cats with poor appetite or serious disease and no appetite, the good palatability of chicken liver can be used to stimulate appetite and gradually restore digestive tract function.

       Third, for dogs and cats with poor nutrition or weak constitution, the high protein content in chicken liver can increase their nutrition and enhance their physique.

       reference material:

       Baidu Encyclopedia – Cat

       It can be eaten, but not staple food.

       Chicken liver belongs to animal viscera, but can not be the staple food, to eat less, such as a week to eat one or two pieces, and do not eat pure chicken liver.

       If you eat liver for a long time, some diseases will appear if you eat liver only

       1. Obesity

       2. Pruritus

       3. Calcium deficiency

       4. Vitamin A poisoning

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       The liver of chicken belongs to pheasant family.

       Chicken offal. It is large and small, with gall gall and tendons on the leaf surface. It is purplish red in color and delicate in quality.

       In some cases, chicken liver is a good tonic for dogs and cats.

       1. Dogs and cats prone to cold and diarrhea can take advantage of the high vitamin a content in chicken liver to maintain the integrity of respiratory and digestive tract epithelial cells, so as to enhance the body resistance.

       2. For dogs and cats with poor appetite or severe disease and no appetite, the good palatability of chicken liver can be used to stimulate appetite and gradually restore gastrointestinal function.

       3. For dogs and cats with poor nutrition or weak constitution, the high protein content in chicken liver can increase their nutrition and enhance their physique.

       Reference: chicken liver (chicken liver)_ Baidu Encyclopedia

       sure. Chicken liver belongs to animal viscera, some cats love to eat it! Chicken liver is also available in cat food. Some parents also like to make cat rice with chicken liver. But! But chicken liver can not be a staple food, to eat less, such as a week to eat one or two pieces, and do not eat pure chicken liver. Otherwise, it’s not good for your health.

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       feed

       Kitten feeding tips: eat less and more meals, and pay attention to timing, ration and fixed point feeding.

       Timing: feed at a fixed time every day to form a good eating habit.

       Ration: don’t eat too much or too little. With the increase of the age of the cat, the appetite of the kitten will increase gradually in a certain period of time (usually three or four months), and it will be stable after more than eight months.

       Generally, about 2 months of the cat a day to eat more than 5, 6 times. Three months ago, kittens were generally fed four times a day, such as 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. When they are three to six months old, they are fed three times a day. Twice a day after six months old.

       When the milk for kittens is not enough or there is no milk, you can drink special pet milk powder. When you are bigger, you can add some rice flour in the milk powder. If you eat milk directly, it may cause diarrhea, because kittens can’t digest milk well.

       Adult cats enter the adult stage when they are more than 12 months old. The body and digestive system of adult cats are basically mature and can digest and absorb nutrients better. Adult cats need full price and balanced nutrition to maintain the best health of cats and prevent aging.

       When cats are over 7 years old, they have a lot of health problems, especially in terms of metabolism, such as * * and eyes. To solve these problems, it is important to feed them low-fat and low-energy food to help them maintain their normal weight. In addition, it also ensures the content of cellulose in food to ensure the health of intestines and stomach, reduces the content of magnesium and phosphorus, and maintains the health of urinary system and * *. In addition, try to make them easy to digest.

       Weigh the cat regularly to ensure that the cat’s weight is within the normal range, and feed the cat according to the veterinary and dietitian’s advice. Assess the cat’s physical condition regularly and adjust the amount of food to be fed according to the condition. Gently scratch the cat’s chin, is to increase the cat’s favor on you.

       Reference link: Baidu Encyclopedia_ cat

       American Curl

       In order to keep the cat healthy, cat owners have used all kinds of tricks. High grade cat food, cat snacks and homemade cat food are all given to the cat. In fact, some nutrition of the cat is unnecessary, and some things are not needed. Today, let’s talk about whether it is good for cats to eat chicken liver.

       In addition to chicken liver, many foods, such as fish, meat, various seafood and some vegetables, can make the cat eat enough vitamin A. professional cat food has enough vitamin A to maintain the cat’s health, so the cat does not need chicken liver to maintain nutrition.

       The harm of overfeeding chicken liver:

       1. Calcium deficiency. Excessive intake of vitamin A can inhibit vitamin D absorption and lead to calcium loss.

       2. Vitamin A poisoning. Excessive vitamin A in the body can not be eliminated in time, will cause cumulative poisoning

       3. Bleeding. Calcium is needed to participate in the coagulation of the body. Long term consumption of chicken liver in cats will cause coagulation dysfunction.

       4. Toxin accumulation. ***It is the metabolic organ of the body that accumulates some toxins. Now chicken feed always has a lot of chemical additives, so chicken liver has a lot of additive residues.

       5. Obesity. Chicken liver is rich in fat, high in calories and high in cholesterol.

       6. Parasites. Raw chicken liver is more rich in the smell of blood by many cats, some parents simply feed raw chicken liver directly to the cat. Parasites are found in raw meat and raw viscera.

       Chicken liver is rich in nutrients, containing protein 16.6 g, carbohydrate 2.8 g, fat 4.8 g per 100 g, and the content of vitamin A is as high as 10.414 mg, which is far beyond the needs of cats. Vitamin A poisoning and other health problems caused by eating chicken liver do more harm than good for cats.

       Chicken liver belongs to animal viscera, some cats love to eat it! Chicken liver flavor is also available in cat food. Some parents also like to make cat rice with chicken liver. But! But chicken liver can not be the staple food, eat less, such as one or two pieces a week, and don’t eat chicken liver. Otherwise, it’s not good for the cat. Some cat friends reported that their cat couldn’t move after eating chicken liver. They couldn’t move. Their eyes were half open, and their whole body seemed to have no strength. It has been reported that eating too much, lethargy and even death from poisoning.

       Therefore, chicken liver can not be used as a cat’s staple food

       Chicken liver mainly contains protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamin A, vitamin D, phosphorus and other ingredients. It has high nutritional value, good palatability and unique fishy smell, which is loved by dogs and cats. But if eat liver for a long time, and eat liver alone will appear some diseases.

       Obesity – because chicken liver is rich in fat and carbohydrates, the excessive energy consumption of dogs and cats over a long period of time can lead to obesity. Obesity will increase the incidence rate of diabetes, inflammation and cardiovascular diseases.

       Pruritus: there are many growth promoting agents in chicken feed, and most of these chemicals are metabolized by liver. Therefore, long-term consumption of chicken liver will cause food allergy or chronic cumulative poisoning, which is easy to cause skin diseases.

       Vitamin A poisoning – chicken liver contains a large amount of vitamin A. if fed with chicken liver mixed with carrots, the dog’s vitamin A will be excessive, and if it can’t be discharged in time, it will cause accumulated vitamin A toxicity, causing pain, lameness and tooth loss and other diseases.

       Calcium deficiency – due to the high phosphorus content and low calcium content in the liver, and the inhibition effect of phosphorus on the absorption of calcium, long-term consumption of liver will lead to the lack of calcium in the body, resulting in rickets in young dogs and cats or rickets in adult dogs and cats.

       Bleeding – the blood coagulation of the body requires the participation of calcium. If the dogs and cats eat the liver for a long time, resulting in calcium deficiency, it will cause coagulation dysfunction, and it is not easy to stop bleeding when chronic bleeding or acute bleeding occurs.

       Postpartum convulsion: dogs and cats that eat liver for a long time in the postpartum period lose a lot of calcium due to lactation, and their own reserves of calcium are very small, so it is easy to appear hypocalcemia, manifested as panting, salivation, convulsion, limb stiffness. If the treatment is not timely, it may cause death.

       Although eating liver for a long time has various disadvantages, it does not mean that chicken liver can never be eaten. In some cases, chicken liver is a good tonic for dogs and cats

       First of all, dogs and cats prone to cold and diarrhea can take advantage of the high vitamin a content in chicken liver to maintain the integrity of respiratory and digestive tract epithelial cells, so as to enhance the body’s resistance.

       Second, for the dogs and cats with poor food or serious disease and no appetite, the good palatability of chicken liver can be used to stimulate appetite and gradually restore digestive tract function.

       Third, for dogs and cats with poor nutrition or weak constitution, the high protein content in chicken liver can increase their nutrition and enhance their physique.

       I used to have a cat in my family. I like to eat chicken liver very much. I usually buy chicken liver in the morning market every week. The kitten ate fat and lazy. Chicken liver is very nutritious. For specific indicators, see this page: * * * is an important organ for storing nutrients and detoxification in animals. It is rich in nutrients and has the function of nutrition and health care. It is one of the most ideal blood tonic products. The liver is rich in iron, which is the most commonly used food in blood tonic food. In particular, the nutrient content of pig liver is more than ten times that of pork. Pig liver can regulate and improve the physiological function of hemopoietic system in anemia patients. The content of vitamin A in animal liver is far more than that in milk, egg, meat, fish and other foods, which has the function of maintaining normal growth and reproductive function; it can protect eyes, maintain normal eyesight, prevent eye dryness and fatigue; maintain healthy skin color, which is of great significance to skin bodybuilding.

       Although eating liver for a long time has various disadvantages, it does not mean that chicken liver can never be eaten. In some cases, chicken liver is a good tonic for dogs and cats

       First of all, dogs and cats prone to cold and diarrhea can take advantage of the high vitamin a content in chicken liver to maintain the integrity of respiratory and digestive tract epithelial cells, so as to enhance the body’s resistance.

       Second, for the dogs and cats with poor appetite or severe disease and no appetite, the good palatability of chicken liver can be used to stimulate appetite and gradually restore digestive tract function.

       Third, for dogs and cats with poor nutrition or weak constitution, the high protein content in chicken liver can increase their nutrition and enhance their physique.

       Chicken liver mainly contains protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamin A, vitamin D, phosphorus and other ingredients. It has high nutritional value, good palatability and unique fishy smell, which is loved by dogs and cats. But if eat liver for a long time, and eat liver alone will appear some diseases.

       Obesity – because chicken liver is rich in fat and carbohydrates, the excessive energy consumption of dogs and cats over a long period of time can lead to obesity. Obesity will increase the incidence rate of diabetes, inflammation and cardiovascular diseases.

       Pruritus: there are many growth promoting agents in chicken feed, and most of these chemicals are metabolized by liver. Therefore, long-term consumption of chicken liver will cause food allergy or chronic cumulative poisoning, which is easy to cause skin diseases.

       Vitamin A poisoning – chicken liver contains a large amount of vitamin A. if fed with chicken liver mixed with carrots, the dog’s vitamin A will be excessive, and if it can’t be discharged in time, it will cause accumulated vitamin A poisoning, causing pain, lameness and tooth loss and other diseases.

       Calcium deficiency – due to the high phosphorus content and low calcium content in the liver, and the inhibition effect of phosphorus on the absorption of calcium, long-term consumption of liver will lead to the lack of calcium in the body, resulting in rickets in young dogs and cats or rickets in adult dogs and cats.

       Bleeding – the blood coagulation of the body requires the participation of calcium. If dogs and cats eat liver for a long time to cause calcium deficiency, coagulation dysfunction will be caused. Squid induced bleeding or acute bleeding is not easy to stop bleeding?

       Postpartum convulsion: dogs and cats that eat liver for a long time in the postpartum period lose a lot of calcium due to lactation, and their own reserves of calcium are very small, so it is easy to appear hypocalcemia, manifested as panting, salivation, convulsion, limb stiffness. If the treatment is not timely, it may cause death.

       It is said that cats love fish, but my cat doesn’t eat cooked fish. People have picky eaters, so do cats.

       If you usually feed them mainly with food and supplemented by liver and fish, the nutrition is enough, there is no need to add chicken liver. If you want to make your cat grow better, you can try to grind a boiled egg yolk every day and feed them in cat food. It is very nutritious.

       It is better not to feed the cat or dog to eat chicken liver, because the first reason for long-term eating chicken liver is the imbalance of nutrition, and the second is that it is easy to cause calcium deficiency and chondropathy. In fact, eating cat food is the best choice

       Cats have different tastes. Not all cats eat chicken liver. Some of my cats like beef, seafood, chicken and vegetarians. You can say that people have different tastes, not to mention cats

       In fact, it is not recommended to feed chicken liver, because it is easy to feed greedy, so it will not eat anything later, which is even worse

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