A List of 10 Foods That Your Cat Can Safely Eat

Cooked Chicken:

Plain, cooked chicken or turkey without any seasonings or additives can be a tasty and protein-rich treat for cats.

Salmon:

Cooked salmon is safe for cats and provides omega-3 fatty acids, which can be beneficial for their skin and coat health.

Tuna

Plain, cooked tuna can be a delicious occasional treat for cats. However, it's essential to feed tuna in moderation due to its high mercury content.

Cooked Eggs:

Cooked eggs, both the white and the yolk, are safe for cats and can provide them with a good source of protein.

Canned Pumpkin:

Plain, canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling) can be beneficial for cats' digestive health, particularly in cases of constipation or diarrhea.

Cooked Vegetables

Some cats may enjoy small amounts of cooked vegetables such as green beans, peas, or carrots. However, vegetables should only be given as occasional treats and not as a staple in their diet.

Cheese:

While many cats are lactose intolerant and may experience digestive upset from dairy products, some cats can tolerate small amounts of cheese as an occasional treat.

Plain Yogurt:

However, like cheese, yogurt should only be given in small amounts and avoided if your cat is lactose intolerant.

Rice or Pasta:

Plain, cooked rice or pasta can be offered to cats in small amounts as a bland source of carbohydrates. However, these should not be a significant part of their diet.

Vegetables:

However, it's important to introduce these foods gradually and monitor your cat for any adverse reactions.

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