5 human foods that are also good for cats
Having a pet is pretty much similar to raising a child. They'll want your affection, they'll make a mess, they'll throw a tantrum, they'll want to do everything you do and eat everything you eat! You can't stop loving them so you end up giving them human foods that are not safe for them. Here's a list of foods that are safe for cats.
Cooked carrots, pureed pumpkin, cucumber, and steamed broccoli are safe for cats. However, not all cats like vegetables, and it is cruel to push them into a vegetarian diet. Felines are carnivores and depend on animal protein. Since veggies are rich in vitamins, fiber, and water, they help with digestion and should be encouraged often, but your cat won't shift their food habit.
Cats are obligate carnivores, i.e. they get nutrition only from animal-based protein, like from muscles and organs. Cheese is good for your cat in small amounts but is definitely low in protein in comparison to animal protein. Like milk, some cats can't digest cheesy stuff either so keep a check on the treats. A steady diet of cheese is very harmful to your kitty.
A good source of protein, fat and minerals, cooked eggs are a great addition to your cat's diet. But refrain from giving them raw eggs, as they can up the risk for E. coli and salmonella. Now, we don't want anyone to fall sick, so boil or scramble the egg whites well before serving them to your beloved kitty. The yolk is too fatty.
We all know how much a kitty loves fish. Oily fish tuna and mackerel are good for your cat's joints, eyesight, and brain. The omega-3 fatty acids in fish keep your cat's vision sharp, help prevent arthritis, kidney disease, and heart disorders. Give them cooked fish. If they try to eat fish off your plate, stop them immediately as spices aren't good for cats.
Your little floof loves meat, and you must provide them with it every day. Meat protein makes their heart strong, improves their eyesight, and maintains a healthy reproductive system. Cooked chicken and mutton are good for your kitty. They may also like processed meats, but it's better to not let them indulge, as that can cause health problems in the long run.