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Theobromine poisoning


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 Poisoning in Cats | petMD


Chocolate is derived from the roasted seeds of Theobroma cacao, which contains certain properties that can be toxic to cats: caffeine and theobromine.

Harmful Foods Your Cat Should Never Eat: Tuna, Milk, Raw Fish ...


Feb 1, 2016 ... WebMD's slideshow, Foods Your Cat Should Never Eat, shows in pictures the most dangerous and toxic foods that your cat can eat.

Know Your Cat - Cats and chocolates - why these two don't mix.


What is so bad about chocolates? Chocolate, or more precisely cacao contains a compound called theobromine which has four different effects on cats:.

Cats and Chocolate: Why is Chocolate Bad for Cats? | CatHealth.com


Is chocolate as bad for cats as it is for dogs? Chocolate is toxic to cats find out the symptoms and treatment of chocolate toxicity in cats.

Chocolate Poisoning in Cats | Feline Nutrition - Cat-World


The short answer is no. Chocolate contains naturally occurring methylxanthines known as theobromine. The concentration of theobromine which is toxic to cats ...

Is Chocolate Bad For Cats? - Care.com Community


... the two compounds in chocolate that are toxic to cats are theobromine and ... after ingesting a toxic amount of chocolate and an arrhythmia isn't something cat  ...

health - Should I worry if my cat accidentally ate some chocolate ...


Oct 28, 2013 ... I know I shouldn't feed a cat chocolate, and I also know dogs can get ... onions and garlic are really bad for them, they destroy red blood cells ...

Cats and Chocolate | Information on Cats and Chocolate - PetWave


Aug 12, 2016 ... Chocolate and Your Cat Guide: Chocolate and cocoa can be toxic to animals if fed to excess. Most dangerous is baking chocolate, which ...

Chocolate Toxicity in Cats and Dogs - PetEducation.com

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Chocolate can be poisonous for cats and dogs, affecting many body systems; contact your veterinarian if your cat or dog has eaten chocolate.

It is not safe for cats to eat chocolate.
Chocolate can be lethal for cats. Although most cats won't eat it on their own, they can be coaxed to eat it by owners and others who think they are giving the cat a treat... More >>
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Can Cats Eat Chocolate? - Petful


Nov 23, 2012 ... Chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine. In larger amounts, theobromine is especially dangerous because cats can't break it down and ...

Dangers of Chocolate Toxicity to Cats & Dogs - Trupanion


Chocolate and coca contain the stimulant theobromine and are toxic to dogs and cats. Check the signs, risks, & treatments for your pet here.

Your Cat | Can chocolate poison cats? | Cats in the home | Cat Advice


Certain foods, such as chocolate, are perfectly safe for us but it does not mean they are suitable for cats. Chocolate contains chemicals which for cats and other  ...