Instead, serve up small portions of veggies to your cat.
Some recommended vegetables include baked carrots, steamed asparagus or broccoli, green beans, winter squash, or chopped greens.
What kind of veggies can cats eat?
Veggies. Not all cats like vegetables, and even fewer like fruits (felines can’t taste sweet flavors). But they are a rich source of vitamins, and they’re loaded with fiber and water to help with digestion. Try fresh cucumber or cantaloupe, steamed broccoli, or asparagus.
Do cats need vegetables in their food?
Well, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s the skinny: Cats don’t require fruits and vegetables to balance their nutrition. In fact, cats are obligate carnivores — not omnivores, like dogs and humans are. This means that animal protein is the only type of protein that fulfills a cat’s nutritional needs.
Do cats eat vegetables in the wild?
Wild cats do not eat plants of any kind.
There are no grains (they were, in fact, domesticated to protect grain storage), no vegetables, no fruit and no salad in a wild cat’s diet.
Can cats eat raw carrots?
When it comes to carrots, you don’t have to worry about your cats eating them, as they are not toxic or dangerous to cats. However, most people recommend only feeding cats cooked carrots, since the raw form can be very crunchy, making it difficult for cats to chew and digest the fibrous vegetable.
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