To celebrate the holiday season we wanted to give our feline friends the opportunity to enjoy one of our favorite sweet treats. However, cats can't eat cookies (nor can they really taste sweet...) so we had to get creative. Keep reading to learn why cats shouldn't eat cookies.
Cookies for Cats
Dangers of Cookies for Cats
Cats Should Avoid Carbohydrates
When in doubt, remember that your little obligate carnivore needs meat and not much else. What you find to be a delicious snack might not ring true for your feline friend, so remember to avoid sharing.
[#BeginTLDR#]If your cat eats an air-popped bite of popcorn from your bowl, it's not the end of the world. Plain popcorn isn't toxic to cats.[#SplitTLDR#]Yet, it's important to remember that cats need meat, not carbs, so they shouldn't rely on corn-rich diets.[#SplitTLDR#]Avoid sharing popcorn with your cat if it has additional toppings like butter, salt, cheese, and other seasonings, as these are unhealthy and could be toxic to your cat.[#EndTLDR#]
Custom Meal Plan
We teamed up with feline nutritionists to cook up three recipes that cut the filler and focus on what cats need for a happy, healthy life.