You don’t have to cook veggies for your cat to eat. Many cats will not take to fresh, raw vegetables, but it is great for them. If you can get your cat to eat vegetables every now and then, you can protect them from tooth decay and ensure they are getting lots of vitamins and minerals in their diets. This is especially helpful for cats that like to chew on household plants since those plants can be toxic to your cat. If you see that kind of behavior, introduce some veggies into their diet and hope that sticks. Green beans, chopped greens, and broccoli are all good raw veggie choices. If you don’t mind cooking the vegetables, then steamed asparagus and baked carrots are good choices.
Image: “Cat Sylvia eating her vegetables at 21 years old” on Youtube