What not to feed your pets

Hi everyone,

As many of you know people like to make pets part of their family and that often means that they want to share their food with them as well!

Unfortunately what’s good for us isn’t always good for our pets…

GoCompare has put together this handy infographic which we wanted to share with you today.


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32 thoughts on “What not to feed your pets

      1. I know. I love them but the only ones I have are in a beautiful big water colour. Cats are very sensitive. My current cat suffers from dermatitis. More common than I realised. She was a rescue and had been labelled difficult because she didn’t like being stroked. Poor thing was just feeling itchy and cross. She’s a delight with it under control

        1. Poor little one. Good you figured out what was causing that. If you ever want to write about her let us know btw! ^^

    1. As with most things if it is small amounts it’s not going to be a “problem” in fact chocolate is actually toxic for us as well. It’s the stimulant in the cocoa that’s a poison. But better be safe than sorry. 😉

  1. Good info . I had a friend that came to stay and gave my cat table food and lots of other bad habit. My Scabbers turned into a bigger an at wasn’t nice about it.

  2. Hi Everyone 🙂
    I have fed my cats raw for over 15 years and the health benefits have been utterly astounding. Cats are designed to eat their prey raw. They don’t sit around and have a cook up! Also., cats are not a grazing animal so I never leave food done longer than an hour. I’m naturopathic in my beliefs and I aim to give my cats as much a natural life as I can for their well being and health. I’m sending my cat book (focussing on challenging felines and life saving nutrition) to my publisher in October and if anyone in London would like to consider joining my natural cat food trial then please let me know, Susanne

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