#10 Dog Food
If you have a dog and a cat, then it’s more of a reason for you to be cautious about their respective diets. While you may let them play, eat and sleep together in harmony, by no means should you allow them to eat each other’s food.
Though an occasional bite from her canine friend’s plate won’t do much harm, regular consumption of dog food can put your cat in a tight spot, and she may suffer from malnutrition.
Dog foods lack Vitamin A, taurine and arachidonic acid that are all vital for our feline friend’s overall growth. The deficiency of these essential nutrients can lead to muscular degeneration, vision degradation or complete blindness, besides liver and kidney problems.