4 Raw Eggs

No one should eat raw eggs unless they are sure there is no bacterial risk. Your cat shouldn’t eat raw eggs, either, as it is also one of the poisonous foods for cats. The risk of salmonella or E.coli is too high, and both can cause severe problems for a pet. Even if you have eggs that are bacteria-free, be careful.

In addition, egg whites contain avidin, which can stop Vitamin B absorption. Contrary to popular belief that raw eggs improve coat and skin condition in cats, an excess of avidin can manifest as poor coat condition and skin inflammation, resulting in the cat’s skin turning grayish-white and starting to peel. Therefore, veterinarians do not recommend giving cats this dangerous food.