Carrots are rich in vitamins, minerals, and beta-carotene. Cook and cut the carrots to avoid strangling your cat.
Peas provide an additional healthy balance of proteins and carbohydrates, so be sure to include them in your cat's daily diet.
Steamed broccoli can divert your cat from other green plants. Broccoli's antioxidants can boost your pet's nutrition.
Green beans are another good veggie for cats, especially if they're overweight. This high-fiber meal can replace typical cat treats.
Ingredients in cat food that are high in magnesium, potassium, and manganese are beneficial to a cat's health.
Winter squash includes fermentable fibre that can regulate your cat's intestinal environment and treat constipation or diarrhoea.