#3
i wouldn't give it to an animal but i don't think it would hurt it that much
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#4
Probably not, but a cat wouldn't eat it anyways. Cats naturally don't eat any kind of plants.
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Probably not, but a cat wouldn't eat it anyways. Cats naturally don't eat any kind of plants.


Cats eat grass and flowers actually
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Cats eat grass and flowers actually


I am quite shocked.
I thought they naturally don't tolerate any kind of plants.
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#8
its just that my cat might have got some off the meat i gave it earlier tonight. so it shouldnt hurt him much? i dont think he ate much
#9
Technically your correct. They seem to do it to induce vomiting, but I caught my cat eating some flowers outside my house last night and it wasn't sick after... guess it likes some vegies.
#11
yeah cats and dogs eat grass so they barf
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Yup, mostly just when they're having a stomachache- they just look for grass because it's undevourable for them therefore they barf.
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#13
mint sauce is like heroin for cats.. after one hit he will be hooked.. best not go down that road
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#17
If it was just a little bit on a piece of meat I doubt it will have any effect on your cat.
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#18
Why the **** would you want to feed mint sauce to a cat? Or any Animal for that matter?
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#19
I doubt it would hurt it - I also doubt it ate much as the vinegar would put it off. Plus, I'm sure your cat eats much worse than mint sauce when its out. And its probably got enough sense not to eat anything thats really bad for it anyway.

Edit - @ up, he probably fed it left overs that just happened to have mint sauce on them. My dogs get ketchup, vinegar, brown sauce, mint sauce, apple sauce, cranberry sauce - whatever happens to have been on our dinner, when they get leftovers. Never bothers them - although the staffie doesn't like ketchup. But then he is a bit odd.
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Why the **** would you want to feed mint sauce to a cat? Or any Animal for that matter?


cause its ****ing delicious!
#23
i think it'll be fine, my cat eats leftover meat thats had all types of sauce on it - including mint sauce and shes fine

who else freaking loves roast lamb and mint sauce...oh man.....oh yeah
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