This article will discuss the safety of ginger for cats as well as what to do if your cat has eaten ginger. Ginger is a spice that may be used in cooking or baking, and it is also sold as a supplement. Ginger can potentially cause an upset stomach in humans, but does it have the same effect on cats? Read more to find out! Ginger has been used for centuries as a spice and medicinal herb.
It is often used to flavor food, but it can also be ingested in pill form or brewed into tea. Ginger may cause an upset stomach when consumed by humans, so what about cats? Domestic cats are not known for eating ginger because the taste of it isn’t appealing enough to tempt them with its strong aroma; this could potentially make ginger safer than other spices that they might try like garlic or onion powder which are both harmful to kitties. But if your cat did eat some ginger then there’s no need to panic! You should call your vet immediately who will likely instruct you on how much water (or milk) you should feed your cat at