By Kelli Bender
Jun 05, 2012
Just like humans, kitties can get food poisoning from the salmonella or E. coli sometimes found in raw eggs. Additionally, the avidin found in egg whites can prevent your feline's absorption of vitamin B, leading to skin problems and fur loss.
Hold on, the previous article mentioned several times that "some cats" can be lactose intolerant and that "some cats" become such later in life. Your #12 is a blatant lie.
WE HAD TWO ADORABLE DOGS. A YORKIE AND A MALTESE. THE YORKIE WAS A GIRL AND THE MALTESE WAS A BOY. YOU COULD JUST TELL THEY WERE "IN LOVE!"THE YORKIE, BEING 11 YEARS OLD FINALLY PASSED AWAY. MEANWHILE THE MALTESE WAS VERY HEALTHY, BUT ALL OF A SUDDEN HE GOT VERY ILL AND PASSED AWAY TOO ABOUT A MONTH LATER. I TRULY BELEIVE HE DIED OF A BROKEN HEART!
Please do not shout. Also, please post relevant comments to the article.
I THINK IF WE EAT PEOPLE FOOD IT MUST BE O.K.FOR OUR PETS HELP
Hi, our Shiba Inu,s are 4 yrs old, brother and sister .They love Avacados. They can find them even under heavy leave cover on our walks. Is eatting them dangerous to them. Thanks
I did not know milk was BAD wow!
I have a poodle and a chihuahua mix they have lived together for a year now the chihuahua is now so aggressive toward the poodle i now have to keep them separated what can i do to change the chihuahua?
I can sit here and explain to you how to make those two like each other but it won't really help you because it could be something that you are doing by putting out negative energy or some type of wrong leadership towards the Chihuahua that's why it's probably aggressive.My best suggestion to you is to call the dog wisperer from the tv show.
Doggy Prozac called reconcile
Onions and garlic are toxic to DOGS as well!
lol people deserve to die any and all. thanks dog lovers reply if you are human don't get mad think about it. thanks chris wood,
Cats and chicken bone biggest load of bulls**t I have ever heard cats eat them when they go out and about they hunt birds ffs
The birds they catch aren't COOKED! Cooked bones are more brittle, & can splinter much more easily than raw. Just as you shouldn't give rib bones to animals, only round bones, like leg bones.
My sweet poodle Buffy, had been couphing for a few days. I took her to the vet and he said he would xray her lungs to find the cause. Several hours later he called me and told me she had lung cancer and that he found that she had passed while in her kennel. Needless to say I was devastated to hear this terrible news. All I could think was this is IMPOSSIBLE!!! If it was lung cancer, she was never around anyone smoking. I used, LYSOL to clean my tile floors. Animal clean their paws by licking. Could this have caused this cancer????? I will NEVER use this product again. Be careful pet owners. Please....
Contrary to popular belief, cancer can be something that's purely hereditary. You don't need to have a "cause" like radiation, smoking, peanut butter, etc.