Cats can eat rambutan in small amounts as long as the seeds are removed.
Rambutan is safe for cats, but precautions should be taken, such as removing the skin and seeds and cutting it into small, digestible pieces.
Feeding rambutan to cats in moderation can provide health benefits, including improved metabolism and overall health. However, overfeeding can lead to gastrointestinal and urinary health problems.
This tropical fruit contains fiber, essential vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to cats, but excessive consumption or ingestion of the seeds can be harmful, causing gastrointestinal problems and the formation of calcium oxalate stones.
Moderation is key when feeding rambutan to cats, and consultation with a veterinarian is recommended.