Protein-rich eggs are another healthy food you can share with your cat. Opt for cooked eggs, as raw eggs can contain salmonella or E. coli.
If you’ve ever seen your cat nibbling on grass, you know that kitties love leafy greens. Spinach is rich in vitamins, but should not be fed to cats with kidney or urinary problems.
Of course, each of these foods should be given as an occasional treat as part of a balanced diet. Talk to your veterinarian about the best food for your cat, or if you have questions about what your kitty should and should not eat.