Food and Diet

Why Pet Parents Need to Ditch the Chocolate Bunnies This Easter


shutterstock_259486004-minAs a responsible pet parent, you know by now that chocolate is toxic to your four-legged family, but do you know why? Or, how much of the forbidden sweet snack is potentially lethal to Fido or Fluffy?

While cats can’t actually taste sweets, they often find the smell of sweets, including chocolate, irresistible. Add colorful ribbons, fancy foil, and curiosity to the mix and it becomes even more important to take extra precautions to protect your furriest family.

This infographic from Animal Friends details the dangers of chocolate to pets at Easter time:



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