Healty Food For Cat

Cats are carnivores, meaning they need meat to survive. Cats also have a higher body temperature than humans and other mammals, so they need more energy than we do. This means that cats may eat more than you think.

Raw chicken and turkey

Raw chicken and turkey are good for cats.

Raw chicken and turkey contain little fat, but a lot of protein. Cats need high-quality meat to stay healthy, so this is a good option for your cat if you want to give him something nutritious. Chicken has B vitamins as well as taurine—a water-soluble amino acid that helps control blood pressure and maintain heart function in cats with high blood pressure or kidney disease (which can be caused by overfeeding).

Cows’ milk

Cows' milk is not good for cats. Cats are lactose intolerant and can't digest dairy products, which means that even if you give your cat cow's milk, it will likely vomit it back up. This doesn't mean that all cows' milk isn't okay for your cat—it just means that some types of cow's milk may be harmful to them.

Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they need meat in their diet at all times; no cats should ever be fed a vegetarian diet (or any other kind of diet).


Cheese is a good source of protein and calcium. Cats also like dairy products, so don't be afraid to give your cat a little cheese on occasion. Some cats are lactose intolerant, though—if your cat has problems with milk or other dairy products like yogurt or ice cream, don't give them any.


Chocolate is not good for your cat. It contains caffeine, which can cause diarrhea.

Chocolate can also be toxic to cats and should be avoided at all costs if you have a pet that consumes it regularly.


Avocado is a fruit. It's high in fat and potassium, which can help with your blood pressure, as well as vitamin B6—a nutrient that helps regulate metabolism and energy levels. Avocados also contain antioxidants like vitamin C, which may protect against cancerous cells by neutralizing free radicals (which have been linked to heart disease).

Chives, onions and garlic

Chives, onions and garlic are toxic to cats. Garlic and onions cause anemia in cats. Onions can also make a cat throw up.

Grapes, raisins and sultanas

Grapes, raisins and sultanas are all toxic to cats. They can cause a stomach upset for your pet that could lead to vomiting and diarrhea. If you notice any of these symptoms in your cat, call their veterinarian immediately.

The grapes themselves are safe for cats if they’re kept out of reach from time-to-time but other fruits such as apricots contain high levels of cyanide which will kill any animal that consumes it!


Alcohol is a dangerous drug for cats. Cats cannot process alcohol like humans, and can become intoxicated after drinking only one alcoholic drink. This means that if your cat has had any type of exposure to alcohol (whether it was accidental or intentional) he/she could easily develop an addiction to it.

Alcohol can cause a cat to have difficulty breathing, tremors and seizures; if this occurs contact your veterinarian immediately!

Liver, kidneys and other fatty foods

Livers and kidneys are good for cats, but they need to eat them in moderation.

Cats can't eat too much meat, so don't give your cat a raw liver or kidney every day.

If you do give your cat a raw organ (like a pancreas), it's best to do so as part of a balanced meal with other foods like cooked chicken or turkey breast.

We hope you found this list helpful. Feel free to share it with your friends if they're looking for some new treats for their cat, and remember that feeding them healthy food is not only good for your pet but also helps keep the population of feral cats in check.

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