Yes, but try not to eat seafood. 1 is easy to cause allergies. 2 is seafood high phosphorus. Eating too much can easily cause kidney burden and make cats get used to foods such as seafood. Being bad eating habits. [Pay attention to seafood below] Shrimp, sea crabs, squid, cuttlefish, octopus, sascular and horse noodle fish. Because the protein of this kind of food is not easily digested by cats, and it also contains toxins that cause cats allergic. Big cats are more suitable for such foods, but they still cause symptoms such as allergies, saliva, vomiting, and diarrhea. If they are kittens, they will even cause spasm and die. Especially the Syding and horse -faced fish contain a strange toxin, and the cat responds particularly strongly. However, because of the big fishy smell, cats are particularly like, and people like it, so if we have a seafood when we eat, do not feed them because of cats. Even adult cats can only feed a little, don't be painful due to the love of cats. The meat of squid, Youyu, and some shellfish contains some cats that are not suitable for cats. Eating too much will cause cat's indigestion and gastrointestinal disorders. After entering the cat's stomach, you will absorb water and swell, so the cat cannot be eaten too much. Some seafood can also cause the cat's skin to inflammation. Let the cats eat a small amount before feeding, and give it appropriately after no response.
You can eat shrimp, but try not to eat seafood. The reason why cats cannot eat more seafood: The is easy to cause allergies. The seafood is high in phosphorus. Eating too much can cause kidney burden Cats are used to food such as seafood and other foods. It also easily leads to cats picking and anorexia, so that pet cats develop bad eating habits. The shrimp, sea crabs, squid, cuttlefish, octopus, sardine and horsesy fish. Because the protein of this kind of food is not easily digested by cats, and it also contains toxins that cause cats allergic. Pei seafood can also cause the cat's skin inflammation. Let the cats eat a small amount before feeding.
Shrimp and scallops can be given to cats, but don't eat too much.
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