7 Vegetables Safe for Cats to Eat

vegetables safe for cats to eat

What vegetables are safe for cats to eat?

Vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, and we all know they are necessary for our health. But did you know these delicious foods are healthy for your cat’s health too?

7 Vegetables Safe for cats to eat

Although a cat doesn’t need fruit and vegetable to be healthy, adding a few from time to time is beneficial for her health.

Here is a list of 7 vegetables safe for cats to eat, and you can share with your feline friend.

vegetables safe for cats to eat

Broccoli (cooked)

vegetables safe for cats to eat


Small quantities of broccoli are safe for your cat to eat. Broccoli contains beneficial antioxidants for your cat.

Carrots (cooked)

vegetables safe for cats to eat


Carrots are safe for cats to eat.  Carrots are a good source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants. Feeding carrots to your cat may help stop cataracts and other eye diseases.

Green Beans

vegetables safe for cats to eat


Green beans are a great source of fiber and vitamins for your cat, especially for overweight cats. Green beans are an excellent and safe tidbit for your furry friend. 



Green peas contain a quality amount of fiber and antioxidants. Mix some cooked peas with your cat’s food to add proteins and carbohydrates to its diet.



Spinach is loaded with nutrients and provides protein, iron, vitamin, and minerals. But spinach can be dangerous for cats with urinary diseases.



Zucchini or courgette is a summer squash rich in several vitamins and minerals. It also contains small amounts of iron, calcium, zinc, and B vitamins. This healthy vegetable is also harmless for your cat.

Winter Squash


With a good amount of fiber, winter squash is a vegetable your cat can eat in moderation. This healthy food can alleviate constipation and diarrhea in cats. 


If you want to give vegetables to your cat, keep in mind cats are carnivores, and a well-balanced diet may contain meat as the main ingredient. Vegetables are just rewards, and cannot substitute the indispensable ingredients in meat products.

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