This Infographic Lists Dangerous Food for Cats, Dogs and Other Domestic Pets

By: Alyson Wyers - Mar 9, 2015
References: blog.trustedhousesitters & designtaxi
If you are curious about what human foods aren't safe for pets to consume, this infographic lists dangerous food for cats, dogs and other animals. From TrustedHousesitters.com, 'The 10 Most Toxic Foods for Pets' includes some foods you probably knew about as well as others you might have missed.

While most people know chocolate and raisins are dangerous food for cats and dogs, they should also avoid caffeine, macadamia nuts, onions and garlic, avocado, raw eggs and alcohol. Some will definitely surprise pet owners. For example, milk is on the chart because most cats are lactose intolerant. Bones and fat are also harmful and can cause digestive issues. Even though animals eat off bones in the wild, domesticated animals could choke, get an obstruction or even puncture something internally.