LIST: Here are some foods you shouldn’t feed your pet on Thanksgiving day

Animals

TYLER, Texas (KETK) – Thanksgiving is right around the corner which means there will be an abundance of food, and furry friends who will want a helping as well too.

However, as much as they beg, there are some foods that shouldn’t be fed to your furry friend.

If you have feline friend here is what you can and cannot feed your cat:

To feed:

  • Fully cooked turkey
  • unseasoned potatoes
  • unseasoned green beans
  • unseasoned peas
  • cranberries
  • pumpkin

Not to feed:

  • garlic
  • sage
  • onions
  • turkey bones
  • stuffing
  • turkey skin
  • nuts
  • fat trimmings
  • butter
  • bread dough
  • nutmeg
  • alcohol

If you have a dog, here is a list of things your dog can and cannot have:

To feed:

  • carrots
  • celery
  • corn (no cob)
  • sweet potatoes
  • green beens
  • apples (no core/seeds)
  • Pumpkins
  • Rice
  • Quinoa
  • A little cheese
  • Turkey (no skin, fat or bones)

Not to feed:

  • ham
  • chocolate
  • garlic
  • leeks
  • onions
  • grapes
  • raisins
  • raw potatoes
  • mashed potatoes
  • raw dough
  • canned cranberries
  • pre-made deserts
  • pie filling
  • stuffing

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