"Don't Feed Your Animals Jam"

Hello hello everyone! I hope you're having a great day so far! Today was pretty busy, because I had a dentist appointment, we had to go get some things at two stores, went to mail a package, aaaand went to Hobby Lobby. XD Also ran into a lady who is seeking a church, which is a long story, but we invited her to ours! Pretty cool how God works things out just at the right time.

Today's post isn't about Animal Jam, it's more about what not to feed your animals on Thanksgiving, hence the play on words. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and there are some foods that you for sure don't want to feed to your pets. I found a few lists from ASPCA. Here it is!


Turkey: If you do give your pets turkey, you need to make sure there's no bones, and that it's fully cooked. If you give your pet undercooked turkey, thaaaat might not be so good. Undercooked turkey could contain a bacteria called salmonella. And don't give them the carcass, or any other bones.

Raw bread dough: The yeast converts the sugars in the dough into carbon dioxide gas and alcohol. This results in bloated, drunken pets, which can be life threatening. That's pretty crazy! So absolutely do not give pets raw bread dough. But just to let you all know, this does not effect humans in the same way. Raw bread dough would be gross though. XD

Cake: Mainly raw cake batter. It, again, could contain salmonella from the raw eggs.

Avocado: This mainly only applies to birds, rabbits, horses, donkeys, sheep, and goats. I was pretty surprised to find this out! It could make them swollen, or even cause death to birds. So that's a big no no!

Coconut and coconut oil: These things could just cause an upset stomach or diarrhea.

Grapes and raisins: No one knows why grapes and raisins are toxic to animals, but it could cause kidney failure.

Onions, garlic, chives: This is a risk to cats, and dogs too could be at risk for red blood cell damage if they eat these.

Salt and salty snack foods: We sometimes feed my dog salty stuff, which after reading about this, we probably won't anymore. This could cause excessive thirst and urination, sodium ion poisoning, vomiting, diarrhea, depression, tremors, elevated body temperature, seizures, and even death. Not good. So don't give your pets heavily salted things, such as potato chips, pretzels, and salted popcorn, and things like that.

Nuts: The fat in nuts can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and potentially pancreatitis!


I got this information from the following two links,

Be very careful about what you feed your pets. I hope this list was helpful, and you have a great Thanksgiving with your pets!


Here's todays Bible verse!

Psalm 95:2

Let us come to him with thanksgiving. Let us sing psalms of praise to him.

God made you. Uniquely. Beautifully. Intentionally. Purposefully. Wonderfully.

.....Then after I write this whole entire blog post I forgot I was gonna do What I'm Thankful For (Part 2)
Stay tuned next week my friends.
Next week.
If I remember.

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