Cats corrosive meat

Although cats are able to digest some plant products, their physiology is best supported by the nutrients found in animal tissue.

Cats are unable to make several of these fatty acids (e.g., arachidonic acid, linoleic acid) but they are found in high concentrations in meat, fish, and certain plants.

Cats also require higher levels of the several vitamins (e.g., vitamin A, D, E, and B), some of which are only found in animal tissue.

Cats are unable to make sufficient quantities of several amino acids (called “essential” amino acids), so they must be consumed on a regular basis.

Cats utilize protein for energy, and therefore require relatively large amounts in their diet.

Cats also lack a functional cecum, the site where intestinal bacteria digest plant fiber.

Cats don’t have several of the digestive enzymes necessary for breaking down carbohydrates, so they are unable to utilize simple sugars.

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Consuming inadequate amounts of one amino acid, called arginine, can lead to the build-up of toxic levels of ammonia, causing vomiting, muscle spasms, seizures, coma, and death.


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