Cute Cats Eat Corn on the Cob

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Kitty brothers Murphy (gray) and Sonny (tuxedo) are being adorable while munching on some corn on the cob. One of their favorite treats! Yummy in kitty’s tummy πŸ™‚

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Cute Cats Eat Corn on the Cob

10 thoughts on “Cute Cats Eat Corn on the Cob

  1. lol one of mine loves loves those too, he will take a whole one and then run away to eat it

  2. they are carnivores, but I think most cats enjoy certain other foods, like one of mine has an obsession with cheeze-its, one loves to sneak butter if it's left unattended and open, and they all 3 love yogurt, every time I open a yogurt they all gather around me and watch me eat it and expect their taste, I have a video of them eating it actually πŸ™‚

  3. Vets and articles say that corn can block an intestine and the cat could need surgery—don't feed this to cats!

  4. So is all this corn-eating really OK for cats? According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals,
    the kernels are "generally considered to be edible" for cats, but
    owners should be extremely careful that the little guys don't get ahold
    of the silk part of the plant, which could cause intestinal blockage if
    swallowed.

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