plants in our houses and around our gardens are in fact toxic to our furry friends.
Cats are especially sensitive to garlic, Yes. Unfortunately, we don’t know specifically what kind of dosage causes problems. We do know that gastrointestinal issues and red blood cell damage can occur as a result of cats eating garlic, though.
An occasional low dose, such as that in most commercial pet foods and treats, may not cause a problem, but because of the risk, we generally recommend avoiding products that contain more concentrated amounts of garlic.
Symptoms of your cat ingesting Garlic is vomiting, breakdown of red blood cells, blood in the urine, weakness, high heart rate and panting.
You should consult your vet immediately if you have any concerns.