Cats can safely eat eggs. Eggs usually have no harmful effects for cats and are a great source of protein for the majority of house cats. More »

Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning that they must primarily eat meat. Cats have trouble digesting vegetables and should only be on a meat-based diet. More »

Pet cats eat commercial cat food that meets feline nutritional needs. This commercial food can be dry kibble that comes in a bag or wet food from a can or pouch. The diet can be supplemented with treats, which should com... More »

There are a number of human foods that are safe for cats to eat, such as meat, eggs, cheese, fish and vegetables. There are also several foods that can be harmful to cats, including chocolate, raisins, avocados, onions a... More »

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Certain vegetables; small portions of yogurt, sour cream and cottage cheese; moderate amounts of fish; eggs; and cooked animal meat are safe table foods for cats, states Animal Planet. All table foods given to a cat shou... More »

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The most common reasons cats eat plants like roses include soothing teething or simply playing. Eating plants in small quantities is normal cat behavior and usually isn't a problem unless the plant is poisonous. Roses ar... More »

Pet cats eat commercial cat food that meets feline nutritional needs. This commercial food can be dry kibble that comes in a bag or wet food from a can or pouch. The diet can be supplemented with treats, which should com... More »