Theobromine poisoning or chocolate poisoning is an overdose reaction to the
xanthine alkaloid theobromine, found in chocolate, tea, cola beverages, açaí
berries, and some other foods. Leth...
Chocolate is derived from the roasted seeds of Theobroma cacao, which
contains certain properties that can be toxic to cats: caffeine and theobromine.
Can my cat eat chocolate? This article explains the effects of chocolate poisoning
Cats and dogs will develop severe allergies and can even die from the ingestion
of chocolate. The main reason for that is a compound in chocolate ...
Mar 6, 2014 ... Human foods like chocolate, avocados, garlic and onions can be ... Grapes and
raisins can cause acute (sudden) kidney failure in cats and ...
Feb 15, 2011 ... Cats also are particularly susceptible to poisoning from chocolate for the .....
something they could be allergic to, or could harm them in any way.
It's not that they are allergic, they're just very sensitive to the effects of
methylxanthines, one of which (theobromine) is present in chocolate. The darker
Dec 27, 2015 ... A common question about cats is whether they are allergic to chocolate. The
SlideShare presentation explains the reasons why chocolate ...
Other food enjoyed by owners should not be given to cats at all. The stimulants in
tea, coffee and chocolate that make them so agreeable to us makes them toxic ...
Veterinarians routinely warn against feeding chocolate to dogs and cats, but what
about mice? The charming little rodents are known chocoholics, breaking into ...