Cats can safely eat eggs. Eggs usually have no harmful effects for cats and are a great source of protein for the majority of house cats.
Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they need meat and animal protein in their diet. Eggs are a great way to supplement traditional kibble. Both cooked and raw eggs are good options, but to decrease the likelihood of salmonella, cook the eggs before feeding them to any pet. The shells are a good source of calcium, so consider crushing a small portion and adding them to the cat's food bowl. Some cats are allergic to eggs, however, so watch for any negative reactions.Learn More
Cats normally pant to lower their body temperature when they are overheated. Cats can also pant as a response to fear, anxiety, stress or medical conditions such as a respiratory or cardiovascular disorder.Full Answer >
Cats' eyes water due to eye irritation, tear drainage issues or an eye disorder. Scarring from cat fights, flat and short facial shapes and blockage from the presence of grass, secretions or dirt are other causes of watery cats' eyes. When the water is thick or sticky with discharge, an upper respiratory system infection is likely to blame, particularly when accompanied by a runny nose.Full Answer >
The length of time a cat can go without food depends on the individual, but the average is between 2 and 10 days. However, it is best not to allow a cat to go more than 24 hours without eating to prevent serious organ damage.Full Answer >
To keep cats out of flower beds, use scent repellents, such as citronella, lavender, citrus peels, coffee grounds and vinegar. Choose which scents to use, place them around the flower bed, and replace them regularly.Full Answer >