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  1. Briana said:

    Every day I go into my backyard and there is always a little cat. It seems to be scared of humans. It looked very skinny so i put some baloney and water out. My parents said to leave the cat alone and not to feed it. About 10 minutes after i put the water and baloney out i looked up what is good for cats. It said that Boloney is not very good for cats. I went outside and replaced the baloney with a banana. The internet said that bananas r good for cats. I wanted to name the cat kitty.

    September 17, 2017
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    • Brittany said:

      Hi Briana, indeed – not all human foods are safe for cats. Bananas are a good choice, though. Thanks for dropping by. 🙂

      September 26, 2017
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  2. EPS said:

    Honestly, I didn’t know that cats could eat eggs! I think it’s amazing cats are able to eat what humans can eat, thank you for this informative article, Fluffy Kitty!

    January 13, 2018
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    • Aww, super glad the article was of some use for you! Many thanks for dropping by and stay tuned with more pawticles!

      January 14, 2018
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  3. Gerri said:

    I was feeding the stray cats in my neighborhood, poor things were so hungry and it made me feel good knowing they had a full belly. I got a letter from the home owners association, that if I didn’t stop feeding them I would be fined and legal action would take place. I feel so bad it breaks my heart knowing they are hungry. Don’t know what to do now. Why do people have to be so hateful? I try to sneak a little dry food when it gets dark and everyone should be inside. Nosey ass neighbors.

    January 23, 2018
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    • Oh my goodness! That’s very upsetting. Thanks so much for feeding the kitties! How many are there? Maybe you could just tell them that technically they are yours since you are the main caretaker? It’s likely they will still come around to your house, because that’s where they know they can go for food and cuddles. I bet you already have, but I can’t help to ask anyway: adoption?? =^^= Otherwise if you can’t have cats in your house, you could make a little outdoor “home” for them using a storage box with a little hole cut out. You could put in an old blanket and bowls for food and water. They wouldn’t necessarily be strays then 🙂 We wish you best of luck, please keep us updated if you decide to home them or take some to a shelter. Thanks again for your message!

      January 25, 2018
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  4. Wynoochie said:

    Cats do not have to be fed cooked meat, it should be raw. That is their natural diet, and they have very acidic stomachs that are able to digest raw meats/eggs without causing harm to the animal. Raw meats should be included in their diet regularly as much as possible. The processed kibble most animal owners feed is terrible for cats. Cats would not be obese or have a ton of food allergies if they were simply fed what nature intended.

    January 29, 2018
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    • Hi there! Yes we agree, cats are carnivores and yep, that means meat – raw or cooked – but let’s face it, most house cats aren’t used to eating raw meat. Our Yoda wouldn’t dig his teeth into raw meat like a feral cat would simply because he’s a spoiled house cat who likes to play with mice rather than eat them. And this article is meant to inform cat owners what human foods are safe for their cats to eat, not as daily substitutes, but on the rare case there’s no more kibble. We definitely agree with the processed kibble statement, and that’s why we recommend not to buy into the cheap stuff (because it’s truly unnatural for cats). However, there are some quality brand cat foods, like Orijen, but they come at a price not many cat owners can afford. Thanks for stopping by!

      January 31, 2018
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  5. Giorgia said:

    Great information and captivating presentation! Thank you very much!

    April 2, 2018
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