7 Christmas Safety Tips for Cats


5. Food

While most pet owners tend to treat their little friends to delicious holiday meals, you’d better avoid doing it. Your pet’s diet shouldn’t depend on the holidays and it’s better if your cat sticks to his usual diet even during a holiday season. Every now and then it’s okay to treat your cat to a little piece of baked turkey, but try to avoid giving your pet sausages or cookies. Unusual food can disrupt your pet’s digestion, upset the stomach and cause a lot of problems to you and your guests. It’s also important to keep the kitchen door closed so that your cat cannot investigate what’s left on the table. Even if your cat isn’t used to jumping up on the kitchen table, you’d better not leave any food on it.