Meet Remus, a 10-year-old tabby cat who has proven to love fruits, especially strawberries.
When spring came, Carly Cox, Remus's mother, noticed that he was searching through the groceries more than usual. After a while she finally found out that Remus was looking for a box of strawberries.
Cox was a bit worried as she didn't know if the strawberries would harm him, so she asked his sister, a vet, if it was okay for him. Her answer was yes. Remus was very happy to be able to eat strawberries.
Before eating strawberries, Remus spent the day playing with his toys. But ever since he discovered strawberries, he became obsessed with it.
It is known that strawberries cannot be part of a cat's diet because they contain a lot of sugar, but that does not seem to be a problem for Remus — he eats them without problems.
According to Cox, Remus plays with strawberries. He doesn't actually try to eat them, but throws them like toys.
Cats cannot see the color red, and they also cannot taste a sweet taste, however, some say that strawberries could be a distant relative of catnip which could produce a similar psychoactive effect in cats.
Whatever the reason, Remus's obsession with strawberries is real. When he gets tired, he sleeps on top of the strawberry box. Cox is happy to bring him joy with something so simple.