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Help the Cat create delicious and mouth watering chocolates. Have Fun!
Do you like cats, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Chocolate Cat game online.
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Can cats eat chocolate? The straight answer is no. Chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine. In larger amounts, theobromine is especially dangerous because cats can't break it down and eliminate it like humans. This stimulant affects the central nervous and cardiac systems. A small amount of chocolate is not fatal to cats. Your kitty will not have to have his stomach pumped for eating a few Hershey's Kisses. Also, the darker the chocolate, the more toxic it is for kitties. Baking chocolate is considered the worst and has the highest level of theobromine. There are many symptons of chocolate toxicity in cats, and they can include everything from vomiting and diarrhea to seizures and death. Because of these we strongly recommend that you never feed chocolate to your cat, but instead stick with regular pet treats. To learn more about chocolate poisoning in cats, we recommend you to read Petful's article on the topic Can Cats Eat Chocolate.
Human foods are not meant for cats. As you read in our previous paragraph chocoalte in itself is very toxic to cats, and it doesn't help if it is mixed in with milk. Although milk is not toxic to cats, it may have adverse effects. Simply put, adult cats fed a nutritious diet don't need milk, and many cats are lactose-intolerant, which means that the lactose in milk and milk products produces stomach upset, cramps, and gassiness. Mixing milk and chocolate will bring out the bad effects of boths, making your cat suffer, and you don't want this to happen. To learn more about toxic foods for cats, we recommend you read the article Human Foods for Cat? by About.com.