Even though it's not something people usually worry about, some animals can be seriously harmed by even a small amount of table salt.
No. A cat can handle a little bit of salt. As was mentioned before, salt is a necessary element for all animals.
Since there is no such thing as too much salt (or any other mineral) in a feline diet, since all feline diets are designed to cater to feline needs.
Cats still need constant access to clean water, even when given the right quantity of salt in their food.
There is an ideal amount of salt one should consume. Overdoing it on a regular basis is dangerous to your health. It's also possible to severely overuse it by accident.
Cats should not consume more than 41 milligrammes of salt per day.
It's possible for cats to die from salt overdose. Vomiting is often the first symptom to appear.