As much as your cat might want a nice slice of turkey, refrain from your cat’s unending stare that attempts to manipulate your brain cells and bend your will to the cat’s command. If your cat should get sick after eating too much, there won’t be any vets around on Thanksgiving to care for your cat. Bones can also choke your cat or pierce the cat’s intestines. So despite the appeal, don’t feed your cat anything from the Thanksgiving dinner table. Ordinary cat food should be fine, despite your cat’s angry looks in your direction.

To read about the dangers of feeding your pet Thanksgiving food, click here.

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