#12 Fat trimmings
The leftovers from a hearty feast sometimes contain greasy fat trimmings which are often tossed away to stray animals. However, if you have a cat around your house, never feed he rfat trimmings.
Fat, both cooked and uncooked, is quite unhealthy for cats and may severely compromise their digestive health besides causing vomiting. Moreover, consuming fats in high quantities may even cause pancreatitis in cats, and may sometimes lead to chronic conditions like E. Coli or Salmonella.
So, the next time you invite your friends for a barbeque party, keep your cat busy with “HelloKitty” videos and do not let her near the fatty feed.