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Does chocolate kill cats

Does chocolate kill cats

Does chocolate kill cats? (That is a question that has a lot of people wondering)

In my opinion, I am of the opinion that the answer is no. I have had cats that have lived to be 25 years old and I have never seen them eat chocolate. That being said, I have known many cats that have gotten into the habit of munching on candy bars and other goodies in the wild. So, I am open to being corrected by those who know better.

I agree with the others: the question is really quite silly. It also doesn't seem to be based on any actual science. It's like a bad tabloid. In fact, some of the answers that are posted look like they're written by a kid who didn't learn anything about cats in school and just made stuff up.

I am so over this question.

The problem with eating vegetables is that five years from now you're sitting in a bathtub, choking on a beet, and there's nothing you can do about it except wish you'd never heard of vegetables.

The only thing I can think of that could be bad for a cat is a large amount of caffeine. I have no idea if that's something she would be given, but I would have a hard time believing she would have consumed it.

I agree with the others: the question is really quite silly. It also doesn't seem to be based on any actual science. It's like a bad tabloid. In fact, some of the answers that are posted look like they're written by a kid who didn't learn anything about cats in school and just made stuff up.

I am so over this question.

That's all I have to say about that.

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Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right....

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Originally Posted by underdog

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

The only thing I can think of that could be bad for a cat is a large amount of caffeine. I have no idea if that's something she would be given, but I would have a hard time believing she would have consumed it.

I would agree with you except I'm pretty sure that some cats love caffeine. I'm not sure why, but I know that there is a cat (a rescue) who is absolutely addicted to caffeine. I believe the problem comes from an overdose.

I would agree with you except I'm pretty sure that some cats love caffeine. I'm not sure why, but I know that there is a cat (a rescue) who is absolutely addicted to caffeine. I believe the problem comes from an overdose.

My mom used to have a cat who would only drink a cup of coffee (she was allergic to it) when she'd leave the house.

The only thing I can think of that could be bad for a cat is a large amount of caffeine. I have no idea if that's something she would be given, but I would have a hard time believing she would have consumed it.

I agree with the others: the question is really quite silly. It also doesn't seem to be based on any actual science. It's like a bad tabloid. In fact, some of the answers that are posted look like they're written by a kid who didn't learn anything about cats in school and just made stuff up.

I am so over this question.

That's all I have to say about that.

Good, I didn't know there were any cats who died from drinking caffeine!

This was a joke, but not a bad one.

I'm sorry, but I think this is just silly.

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Originally Posted by underdog

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

I am so over this question.

There have been many cats who have died from drinking chocolate. Just because she was never given any does not mean it's not bad for her.

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Originally Posted by nlswell

That's all I have to say about that.

This was a joke, but not a bad one.

I'm sorry, but I think this is just silly.

Good, I didn't know there were any cats who died from drinking caffeine!

This was a joke, but not a bad one.

I'm sorry, but I think this is just silly.

It was, and this is. But what can I do?

There are times when I just have to take a poke at something just to see what people will say. So it's just part of the job.

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Originally Posted by underdog

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

This was a joke, but not a bad one.

I'm sorry, but I think this is just silly.

It was, and this is. But what can I do?

There are times when I just have to take a poke at something just to see what people will say. So it's just part of the job.

That's all I have to say about that.

Well, if there were any legitimate reasons for cats to die from drinking caffeine, it would be because of other drugs, like Valium. I know that some cats will drink coffee (or other caffeinated drinks), but if there were any studies on cats who died of drinking caffeine, they would have probably tested for Valium, or any of the other drugs that cause fatal seizures, before diagnosing caffeine overdose.

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Originally Posted by underdog

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

This was a joke, but not a bad one.

I'm sorry, but I think this is just silly.

It was, and this is.


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