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What happens if my cat eats avocado? While you want to avoid giving your cat the skin and pit from an avocado, you should also keep in mind that consuming too much avocado flesh can cause gastrointestinal distress in cats. This might include upset stomach, vomiting, and diarrhea.
How much avocado Can I give my cat? As with all human foods, you should only offer cats avocado in small amounts – about 15 grams (one tablespoon) should be enough depending on their weight. Ask your vet for their recommended serving size. If you have an outdoor cat and grow avocado trees in your yard, be sure to keep them away from the plant.
Why is my cat obsessed with avocado? Avocado is mainly comprised of fat, which would be in line with Guust diet. Besides, it contains a high amount of vitamins and anti-oxidants, both important for cats health. From the perspective of the nutritional composition, it could make sense that Guust simply finds avocado tasty to eat.
Is avocado toxic to cats and dogs? Toxicity to pets
Avocado contains a toxin called persin, but only certain species of animals are poisoned by persin. While dogs and cats are rarely affected by persin, avocado poisoning can be deadly to birds and large animals (such as cows, goats, sheep).