Bones should be avoided at all cost and they can harm your cat. The more you fill your cat up with your food the less likely she is to eat her own. And since our nutritional needs are not the same as our cats', your cat will get less of the vitamins, amino acids, and minerals she needs and probably more of those she does not need. Cats are obligate carnivores which means they must eat meat and generally do not digest vegetable matter very well. Table scraps are a leading cause of digestive disorders.The rich foods we eat can wreak havoc on your cat's digestive tract. A simple, consistent diet keeps their system functioning as it should. Throw in your very different foods and spices and do not be surprised if your cat has bad gas, bad breath, loose stools, etc.You could end up with a finicky eater. If your cat develops a taste for your food, she may stop eating her own. After all, which would you prefer, dry cat food or juicy steak and hamburger every night?
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