What happens if you eat cat food?

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  • What happens if you eat cat food?


Answer #1 | 10/02 2014 09:52
Your body digests it then it comes out the other end like with everything else you eat.
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Answer #2 | 10/02 2014 08:58
Pet food does have some quality control. It's not going to harm you to eat it, but it doesn't taste very good(although some canned types aren't half bad).
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Answer #3 | 10/02 2014 10:01
Most pet foods (grocery store ones) contain ingredients that have been condemned from the human food chain. I sure wouldn't want to eat it ...
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Answer #4 | 10/02 2014 08:54
Pet food is made from animals and some of the animals died from disease and its bad enough that we feed this to our pets but if a human eats it you could get sick...very sick so stay away from the pet food
Answer #5 | 10/02 2014 09:31
It doesn't have the vitamins & nutrients that the human body NEEDS to remain healthy. Although it might keep you from feeling hungry, it is NOT good for a steady diet!!!
Answer #6 | 10/02 2014 09:04
Nothing ....... I did it all the time when I was little ........... Then again maybe that explains why my head is so messed up.
Answer #7 | 10/02 2014 09:29
Nothing happens. There is NO REASON why it should.
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Answer #8 | 10/02 2014 10:06
@recon,, no animal foods are not made from other diseased animals. Animal foods are made from the same foods humans eat. Beef, Chicken, Duck and so forth. Also grains and cereal fillers. It is cooked and processed and packaged same as human foods. Even fish foods are made from the parts of other fish that is not reserved for human consumption. It is chopped and cooked the made into a paste and baked, then broken into flakes. So really to answer the question, if it was necessary to eat animal foods to prevent starving, yes you can.
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Answer #9 | 10/02 2014 11:04
Nothing. Your body will digest it like any other food. If it's mouldy, then it might make you sick.
Answer #10 | 10/02 2014 11:29
Over the short haul, probably nothing would happen. Over the long haul it wouldn't be good simply because the nutrition your body requires is not the same thing that a cat's body requires. Depending upon where it's manufactured, the cleanliness requirements could be way less than what is demanded for processing food for human consumption.

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