Symptoms of cat milk poisoning

       Many new cat slaves worry about whether cats can eat what people eat. In fact, what many people can eat will do harm to cats. Some food, cats only eat a little will cause poisoning symptoms, serious and even life-threatening. In addition, condiments in human food can also increase the burden on cats. Cat slaves should avoid the following foods that are harmful to the health of cats

       Green onions, onions and leeks

       These vegetables contain ingredients that damage cat’s red blood cells, which can cause anemia, diarrhea, hematuria, vomiting and fever, and, in the most severe cases, death of cats. Therefore, these vegetables must not let the cat eat, even if the trace also does not give the cat flavor to eat.

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       Chicken and fish bones

       Squid, octopus, shrimp, crab and shellfish


       Chocolate contains theobromine and * * which can cause acute poisoning. Chocolate poisoning can lead to digestive tract, nerve and heart diseases, and even cause cat odor death.


       Grapes can cause kidney failure in cats, especially grape skins. Raisins can also cause kidney failure.

       Dried fish, seaweed and sliced fish

       Calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and other minerals are the important factors of urinary calculi in cats. However, dried fish, seaweed and firewood fillets are very popular food for cats, and they also contain a lot of minerals. Therefore, cats should be given less such food to avoid urethral stones. In addition, spinach and burdock contain a lot of grass, also easy to cause cats urinary tract stones.

       Coffee, black tea and green tea

       Coffee, black tea and green tea contain * *, which can cause diarrhea, vomiting, polyuria and even cardiac and nervous system abnormalities.


       The common plot of feeding cats and drinking milk in foreign films is a very wrong demonstration. Most cats develop lactose intolerance after 2 months of age. Drinking milk can cause watery diarrhea. You may say, “my cat drinks milk all right! That may be just lucky, but cats who drink milk for a long time will not be interested in water. Therefore, reducing the amount of drinking water will cause hidden worries in the long run

       Alcoholic beverages

       Milk is a kind of calcium supplement drink, but it is not friendly to cats. Many cats lack lactase. Drinking milk will lead to lactose intolerance, and eventually lead to diarrhea, diarrhea and even dehydration. There are two reasons why cats die after drinking milk: one is that milk contains high lactose, while cats lack lactase, which may lead to diarrhea, diarrhea and even dehydration.

       When kittens drink milk, diarrhea symptoms, can not use people’s antidiarrheal drugs, dosage is not good, there will be mental distress or aggravation of the condition.

       Second, some cats are allergic to milk, and severe allergies are likely to cause death. Is milk harmful to cats.

       2. The cat’s lactose decomposing enzyme is less and decreases with age, so it can’t digest milk completely.

       Because milk contains lactose, and some cats lack lactose digestive enzyme or lactose enzyme, it is easy to cause chronic diarrhea. Although not all kittens drink milk will be like this, but for the sake of kitten’s health or do not drink milk.


       Do you know the taboo of keeping a cat

       For every cat slaying officer, the health of the cat is the top priority. The owners should pay attention to the cat’s living condition all the time. In our life, there are many hidden dangers of cat’s health. These hidden dangers are not ferocious things, but our food. So, the following food that cats absolutely can’t touch, do you know? ????

       Milk and other dairy products

       What’s wrong with a small plate of milk and a piece of cheese for your cat? In fact, most cats are lactose intolerant, and their digestive system can’t process dairy products, so if they eat them, they will have diarrhea due to indigestion. ????¡¡¡¡??????

       Grapes, raisins

       Grapes and raisins are often used to feed pets, but this is not a good thing. The reason is not clear, but these foods can cause kidney failure. And a small amount can make them sick, vomiting repeatedly, hyperactive. Although they don’t seem to be sick, the food has actually affected them. So it’s better not to give them grapes or raisins. ????¡¡????¡¡????

       3. Coffee

       Lots of coffee can kill your cat, and there’s no antidote. ***Symptoms of poisoning include restlessness, shortness of breath, palpitation, muscle tremor and spasm. ***It is commonly found in tea and coffee, including coffee beans and coffee powder. Cocoa powder can also be found in cocoa powder, chocolate, cola, and some stimulant drinks, such as red bull, as well as some cold medicine and painkillers. ????¡¡????¡¡??

       4. Chocolate

       Chocolate can be fatal to cats. Although cats don’t eat these foods, sometimes their owners will coax them to eat chocolate, or others will give them to them. Among them, the poisonous drug in chocolate is theobromine, which is included in all chocolate, such as white chocolate. The most dangerous drug is sugar free and baking free chocolate or dark chocolate. After eating, the cat will have abnormal heart rhythm, tremor, epilepsy and death. ????¡¡¡¡??????

       Chewing gum, candy

       Candy, gum, toothpaste, baked goods and some diet foods all have sugar xylitol. Xylitol causes increased insulin flow in the cat’s body, which in turn lowers the cat’s blood sugar. Xylitol can damage the liver. The main symptoms are vomiting, sleepiness and uncoordinated. Some cats will also have epilepsy symptoms after ingestion, liver damage will occur in a few days. ????????

       Vi. plants

       1. Evergreen

       After swallowing, pets will have nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and gradually coma to death. ????????

       Its leaf juice can be poisoned at the entrance, and the water dripping from the leaves is also toxic. If you touch or eat the juice by mistake, you will feel uncomfortable and faint. ????????????

       3. Lily

       It is highly toxic to pets and may cause serious damage. ????????

       4. Narcissus

       Vomiting, diarrhea, fever, lethargy and other symptoms, serious will lead to spasm, paralysis and death. ????????

       5. Rhododendron

       It seriously affects the central nervous system of animals, resulting in vomiting, drooling, diarrhea, fatigue and depression. Severe can cause cardiovascular collapse, coma and death. ??????????????

       6. Cyclamen

       The root is the most toxic. If ingested by mistake, it will stimulate the intestines, cause severe vomiting and even death. ????????????

       7. Vermilion (details)

       It can cause vomiting, depression, diarrhea, abdominal pain, excessive saliva secretion, loss of appetite and tremor. ??????????

       8. Ivy

       It can cause vomiting, abdominal pain, excessive saliva secretion and diarrhea. ????????????

       9. Oleander

       All parts are toxic, causing gastrointestinal irritation, cardiac dysfunction, hypothermia, and even death. ????????

       7. Battery

       There are many things that cats eat batteries by mistake (though dogs are more common than cats). If the battery is bitten or broken, it may cause chemical burns and heavy metal poisoning. If swallowed by mistake, it may lead to intestinal obstruction. All types of batteries are potentially toxic, so if you suspect your cat has ingested batteries by mistake, be sure to inform your veterinarian. ???????????

       There are also some tips on feeding and choosing sheep milk powder!

       1¡¢ Choose sheep milk powder

       2¡¢ Brewing of goat milk powder

       When pet owners want to feed their cats with goat milk powder, they should also know how to brew sheep milk powder for cats. At the beginning, pet owners need to boil all the utensils in hot water. Then take some boiled water to cool to about 50 ¡ã and take out the appropriate amount of goat milk powder for brewing. If you don’t know how much, you can see the indication on the top of the goat milk powder can. After that, when the temperature of goat milk is 40 degrees, the cat can be fed.

       3¡¢ When a cat is still a kitten, breast milk should be the staple food. If there are too many kittens, the pet owner can feed some goat milk powder to the kitten who is not full. If the cat is a big cat, and goat milk powder is only a supplement to the body, then sheep milk powder can soak cat food in it, or it can be used as water to feed the cat.

       It is not recommended to feed the kitten with milk for a long time. It is true that the cat’s gastrointestinal discomfort is particularly good, and it is prone to lactose intolerance. In order to ensure the safe growth of the cat, it is recommended to feed the cat with its special goat milk powder.

       Cats from young cats to adult cats can drink goat milk powder, but eat different doses at different stages.

       There are several problems in feeding milk powder

       Don’t feed too much at a time. As for the amount of milk powder, there are general tips on the packing box, which can be referred to.

       The water should not be too hot. Use warm boiled water. The ratio of warm boiled water and milk powder is 3:1. Just like washing the milk powder, you can know what temperature is suitable by dropping it on the back of your hand.

       Wash and feed now to avoid pollution. Even if it’s not finished, don’t give it to the cat when it’s cold, so as not to cause gastrointestinal discomfort.

       The cat drinks the sheep milk powder the benefit is also very many.

       2 can avoid most of the allergy caused by milk protein

       3. Increase disease resistance

       In addition, the gastrointestinal tract of newborn cats is very fragile. Many macromolecular proteins in milk powder can cause diarrhea in young cats. Therefore, compared with milk powder, cats drink sheep milk powder greatly reduce the incidence of diarrhea, the benefits will be greater.

       Therefore, cats can often drink sheep milk powder, which is helpful for the growth and development of cats.


       pesticide poisoning

       1. Organophosphorus pesticide poisoning

       Organophosphorus has been widely used in agriculture as insecticides, such as * *, dimethoate dichlorvos and so on. Ingestion causes a lot of salivation, tears, diarrhea, abdominal pain, urinary incontinence, dyspnea, cough, cyanosis of conjunctiva, muscle twitch, paralysis, mydriasis, coma. Most of them died of respiratory disorders.

       Treatment: during the treatment, atropine sulfate was injected intravenously at first, with milliliter per kilogram of body weight. After 6 hours interval, atropine sulfate was injected subcutaneously or intramuscularly. Pralidoxime can enhance the function of atropine. Drugs to relieve muscle spasm can help to relieve symptoms.

       2. Chlorinated hydrocarbon poisoning

       rodenticide poisoning

       1. Poisoning of rodenticides

       Treatment: there is no specific solution to the poisoning, but emetic, gastric lavage, catharsis and diuresis can be used.

       2. Poisoning by organofluoride rodenticides


       1¡¢ Common symptoms of cat gastroenteritis

       1. Divided into acute chronic

       Gastroenteritis is the inflammation of gastric mucosa and intestinal mucosa, which occurs more frequently in cats and may be caused by many reasons. Acute gastroenteritis and chronic gastroenteritis.

       2. Vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea

       Vomiting, depression, abdominal pain and diarrhea are the main symptoms of the disease. In gastroenteritis with gastritis as the main cause, the sick cat is depressed, the body temperature rises slightly, the appetite disappears, vomiting and abdominal pain.

       3. Increased thirst

       The sick cat showed abdominal contraction, and the abdomen was reviewed continuously. Another characteristic was marked increase of thirst, but vomiting occurred after drinking water. Sick cats often squat or climb on the cold ground or corner after vomiting.

       4. Don’t touch your abdomen

       When touching the abdomen of sick cats, they often refuse to touch because of abdominal pain. The sick cat’s abdomen was tense and refused to press and touch the mold. During abdominal auscultation, bowel sounds can be heard at the beginning of the disease, and then decline at the later stage.

       5. Bad smell of diarrhea

       Diarrhea is the main symptom of gastroenteritis. The stool is liquid and has a foul smell. When enteritis is serious, intestinal mucous membrane haemorrhage, then feces is black or black green, sometimes mixed with blood silk and black blood clot.

       6. Dehydration occurred in the later stage

       In the later stage of the disease, the symptoms of intestinal distention can be seen, such as dehydration and acidosis. According to the history and clinical symptoms, the diagnosis can be made. If gastroenteritis is caused by corrosive substances, the vomit often contains blood and gastric mucosal fragments.

       2¡¢ Causes of cat gastroenteritis

       1. The intestines and stomach of young cats are shallow

       Young cats are more likely to suffer from gastroenteritis because their stomach is very shallow and they do not control their food intake. If they are fed improperly, it is easy to cause gastroenteritis.

       2. Lactose intolerance

       Because many cats are lactose intolerant, they do not have lactose enzyme, so they can not digest lactose in milk, so they will have soft stool or diarrhea after drinking milk for hours, and even cause death.

       3. Eating rotten food by mistake

       It is the main reason for cats suffering from gastroenteritis in summer. Summer food is easy to rot, poor appetite, usually eat several times, so that food in the basin slowly rotten.

       4. Improper feeding and eating

       For example, if the brand of cat food is changed suddenly, and the quantity is not reduced in a reasonable way, or the cat is excessively hungry, swallowing, overeating, and food digestion is not smooth, resulting in gastroenteritis in cats.

       5. Food poisoning in cats

       Whether the cat mistakenly eats poisonous flowers and plants, accidentally licks disinfectant / skin care products / cosmetics, or takes human drugs, and the carpet environment at home is messy.

       3¡¢ Precautions for cat gastroenteritis

       1. Consultation with veterinarian

       Due to the limitation of pet medical conditions, sometimes cats can also use human medicine. However, due to the difference between cats and humans, it is necessary to find out which drugs can be used and which are toxic. The veterinarian should be consulted about what kind of medicine can be used for emergency use in cats and what dose should be used.

       2. Short term fasting is necessary

       Early treatment requires fasting, otherwise gastrointestinal stimulation will aggravate the disease. Fasting can make the gastrointestinal tract rest well and help the gastrointestinal mucosa repair slowly. Feeding food can cause abnormal digestion of food, which can cause digestive tract damage.

       3. Feed the cat dry in summer

       The cat’s food is mainly dry food. If you eat canned or homemade cat food, you can eat it in a small amount for many times. Put about half of the original food each time, so that the cat can eat it at one time, and do not eat leftovers or leftovers.

       4¡¢ Medication treatment of cat gastroenteritis

       1. Taking anti-inflammatory drugs

       Feline gastroenteritis is a very common feline disease. 99% of intestinal infections are caused by bacilli. Generally speaking, the best choice is sulfur gentamicin, kanamycin and other drugs.

       3. Close observation

       Many cat slaves will ask

       Can cats eat human food?


       Food that most humans can eat

       It’s harmful to cats

       Some foods can also cause poisoning to cats

       And even send the cat back to meow planet

       The news of poisoning caused by meow is not uncommon

       Then excrement shoveling officials should pay special attention to it

       Don’t let your cat eat the following harmful food

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