what would happen if a mouse got into my cats food?
or if it eats, out of my cats food bowl?
- AnonymousLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
The mouse will eat the food.
It shouldn't cause any problems for the cat. Most cats that are allowed outside will catch mice daily- carry them around in their mouths and eat them and it causes them no problems so it is very unlikely a mouse having contact with a cats food could cause any worries.
Also, you could buy a humane mouse trap and put it next to the bowl- hopefully catch the mouse and release it.
- 0NE TRlCK P0NYLv 71 decade ago
If a mouse gets into a bag of dry cat food you can be guaranteed that it will shyytte in there - throw the cat food out.
If a mouse takes a taste of food out of the cats dish it will probably shyytte in there too - throw the cat food out.
Besides being a pest mice shyytte everywhere indiscriminantly. And their feces carries all kinds of germs that neither you or the cat want to be near. If your cat has all of it's shots, that should not be of any great concern. But the cat should not be allowed to eat any contaminated food anyway.
- cat loverLv 71 decade ago
The mouse will get fat. And that is about what you can expect to happen. More importantly, you want to find out how the mouse is getting into the house, if the food is inside.
- Mr. FunkymunkLv 61 decade ago
The food bowl blows up.
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- 6 years ago
It turns into a horse and draws a carriage..
- 1 decade ago
Well Kitty either has a snack or shares with his new friend.
- 1 decade ago
your cat will eventually find it and probably eat it.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
you can always replug the mouse into the desktopSource(s): derp