Can cats die from eating chocolate?
Chocolate poisoning in cats can vary from each cat and according to their age.
Kittens are more prone to chocolate poisoning compared to adult cats, due to their more inquisitive behavior! The quantity of chocolate consumed also plays a very important role in deciding the level of symptoms. So, sadly if cats consume a high quantity of chocolate, it can lead to death.
Cats are inquisitive and may want to take a bite from our human food, or from time to time you may be tempted to give human food, but bear in mind that some human foods can be poisonous to cats. Examples include onions and garlic (when eaten in large quantities) and exposure to concentrated forms such as garlic powder can also be toxic. Raw eggs could lead to salmonella poisoning. Grapes, raisins, and nuts are also red flag foods.