Alcohol, including wine, beer, and liquor, can lead to serious health issues in cats, including diarrhea, vomiting, and even death.

1. Alcohol

Chocolate contains substances like theobromine and caffeine that are toxic to cats, leading to symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, and even seizures.

2. Chocolate

While an occasional nibble of dog food isn't harmful, it should not replace cat food as cats have unique nutritional needs.

3. Dog Food

Grapes and raisins can cause kidney failure in cats, so it's best to avoid giving them these fruits.

4. Grapes & Raisins

Excessive consumption of liver or liver-containing products can lead to vitamin A toxicity, which affects a cat's bones and overall health.

5. Liver

Most cats become lactose intolerant as they mature, so consuming dairy products can result in gastrointestinal issues.

6. Milk & Dairy Products

These foods can damage a cat's red blood cells, leading to weakness, anemia, and other health problems.

7. Onions, Garlic & Chives

Raw meat, fish, and eggs may contain harmful bacteria and enzymes that can cause health issues.

8. Raw/Undercooked Meat, Eggs & Fish

Feeding cats a diet solely of canned tuna can lead to malnutrition and an increased risk of mercury poisoning.

9. Canned Tuna

Raw potatoes and tomatoes can cause digestive problems, while green potatoes (raw or cooked) can lead to serious health issues.

10. Uncooked Potatoes & Tomatoes

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