My Cat Ate Banana Pudding What Should I Do?

By Tom •  Updated: 06/25/22 •  3 min read
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My Cat Ate Banana Pudding What Should I Do?

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Do you and your family love to eat banana pudding? Banana pudding is a very popular dish that many enjoy around the world!

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What happens if your cat sees you eating banana pudding? Does she coma and beg? Or does she try to eat some from your bowl if you’re not looking? Cats are very curious, and some may be adventurous enough to try some banana pudding. But what happens if a cat eats banana pudding?

Has your cat eaten banana pudding? Are you worried that the banana pudding will make your cat sick? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We understand it can be scary when your cat eats something like this!

We’ve put together some information about banana pudding and whether it can make a cat sick. Let’s get started!

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What is Banana Pudding?

Banana pudding is a dessert that’s a favorite for many people worldwide. You may find this dessert served in the Southern US; however, it can be found just about all over the country.

The pudding can be baked or refrigerated and contain other ingredients, too. These may include ladyfingers, Nilla wafers, and more. The pudding may be store-bought or homemade. If it’s homemade, then the traditional recipe usually is a custard, rather than a pudding base.

Banana pudding may contain the following ingredients (depending on the recipe used):

While humans can safely eat and enjoy banana pudding, what happens if a cat eats this dessert? Can banana pudding make a cat sick?

Banana Pudding & Cats

The good news is that bananas are not toxic to cats! However, banana pudding isn’t really a healthy treat for our feline fur babies.

The problem with banana pudding is that the dessert contains high amounts of sugar, fat, milk, salt, and more. These ingredients can make a cat sick.

Sugar alone can cause diabetes and tooth decay. This ingredient can also cause weight gain and obesity. In addition, cats don’t need the extra fat and carbs found in pudding and bananas. When it comes to milk, many people are surprised to learn most cats are lactose intolerant! You may want to rethink that saucer of milk you give your fur baby!

My Cat Ate Banana Pudding, What Should I Do?

If your cat has eaten only a small amount of banana pudding, she should be OK. Some cats, however, may experience some diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea. This should pass quickly. However, if these symptoms last longer than 24 hours, be sure to call the vet. Diarrhea and vomiting can lead to dehydration in cats.

On the other hand, if your cat has eaten a large portion of banana pudding, we highly recommend calling the vet. The dessert isn’t toxic to your cat, but it can make them very sick with digestive tract issues. So, it’s best to call the vet right away to get their guidance on what to do next.

So, it’s best to keep banana pudding out of your cat’s reach and not leave your dessert out where she can get it!

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Tom

Tom has always loved to write since he was little - he wanted to be either a writer or a veterinary doctor, but he ended up being a professional writer while most of his works are based on animals. He was born in San Francisco but later moved to Texas to continue his job as a writer. He graduated from the University of San Francisco where he studied biotechnology. He is happily married and a soon to be father!
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