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Are there any poisoning problems with cats eating corn hus

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Are there any poisoning problems with cats eating corn husks
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Cat Veterinary
Expert:  VetInternist replied 6 years ago.
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How is your cat feeling?

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Is it common for your cat to eat corn husks?

ResidentVet :

TO answer your question. There are no reported toxicities associated with Corn Husk ingestion in cats. It is very unlikely that the husk itself causes a problem, but there are certain molds that can affect corn that may be an issue.

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If you cat isn't feeling well and has eaten corn husks I would be concerned that there is another problem going on

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Expert:  VetInternist replied 6 years ago.
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I wouldn't worry about the corn husks unless they have been wet and moldy (most cats wouldn't eat such nasty things).

If you cat starts getting ill, I would guess it was from something other than the corn husk unless he/she ate so many of them that they obstructed his stomach (probably not very likely)

Let me know if you have any other questions.

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