Can Cats Eat Tuna?

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Cats can eat tuna though a steady diet of tuna can cause malnutrition. If you feed your cat/cats tuna on regularly basis, they can develop a thiamine deficiency which can result in neurological symptoms like loss of equilibrium and seizures if not treated.
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It isn't yet hungry enough.
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The easy answer is stop feeding him human food ;) Seriously though more information would help: does he refuse to eat his food? Change his food to something he does eat, the majority
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Most cats love tuna, and an occasional tuna treat is fine for them, but too much tuna can cause some serious medical problems. We're. speaking here of tuna that is marketed for human
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Some tuna is okay for cats, but large amounts can lead to malnutrition and mercury poisoning.
Cats can be addicted to tuna, whether it's packed for cats or for humans. Some tuna now and then probably won't hurt. But a steady diet of tuna prepared for humans can lead to malnutrition because it won't have all the nutrients a cat needs... More >>
Foods Cats Should Not Eat:
Tuna does contain mercury which is claimed to be bad for cats, but there's no scientific proof of this causing any issues. So, I for one give my cat some tuna every now and then as a little treat since she loves the juice. You can find more information here: http://blogs.dogster.com/vet_blog_information_advice/is-tuna-safe-for-cats/
Cats can have an occasional treat of tuna, but too much tuna can be harmful for the cat. Eating too much diet can cause a cat to have nutrient deficiencies and other health problems. You can find more information here: http://www.catsplay.com/thedailycat/2004-05-31/health_qa/2004-05-31.html
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