Many people have the misconception that cats cannot eat a lemon. This is a myth. Lemons are healthy and can be given to cats in moderation. In this blog post, we will talk about how many lemons you should give your cat, what kind of diet they do well with, and more!
In short, lemons are safe for cats to eat in moderation. You should not give them any more than a tablespoon of lemon juice per day or add it to their diet on a regular basis. Lemons can be healthy and you may want to include one in your cat’s meals every once in a while!
Can Cats Eat Lemon?
This is another misconception that goes back many years – only because the myth has been perpetuated by old wives tales like ‘cats don’t have salivary glands.’ Cats do indeed produce saliva, but they also possess no natural enzymes which break down proteins found in plants; so there’s little risk of digestive problems from eating things such as citrus fruit.