There are a number of human foods that are safe for cats to eat, such as meat, eggs, cheese, fish and vegetables. There are also several foods that can be harmful to cats, including chocolate, raisins, avocados, onions a... More »

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House cats eat a mixture of wet and dry cat food that their owners present to them. It is best to ask a veterinarian about specific foods to fit a particular cat's needs. More »

Cats may consume several types of human food in addition to cat food, such as whole grains and vegetables. Cats are generally carnivorous, meaning they primarily eat meats, although some show enthusiasm for non-meat food... More »

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Any foods specifically not made for cats can cause them problems, but the following are particularly harmful: xylitol, chocolate, raw meat, fish and alcohol, according to petMD. Older cats can also become lactose intoler... More »

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Many cats are lactose intolerant and therefore should not eat cheese. According to Animal Planet, as many kittens grow into adulthood, they become lactose intolerant, which makes it difficult to digest any form of dairy ... More »

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House cats eat a mixture of wet and dry cat food that their owners present to them. It is best to ask a veterinarian about specific foods to fit a particular cat's needs. More »

Foods to eat on a Candida diet include vegetables, live yogurt cultures, meat (excluding pork and processed meats), eggs, fish, nuts and seeds, non-glutinous grains, and herbs and spices. Lisa Richards, author of the "Ul... More »

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