We've collated some snacks that both you and your best pal can eat. However, these are all just treats for your beloved kitty cat, so If you do want to give your cat a sneaky snack, make sure it's small and occasional.
It's nice and high in protein and calcium, perfect for your kitties tummy. And now you can live vicariously through your cat if you're lactose intolerant.
Another purrfect snack being high in Vitamin A and Vitamin C. Cats tend to enjoy chewing on a little piece of seedless watermelon, honeydew or rockmelon.
Pumpkin for your little munchkin. When pureed, its high fibre and nutrient content creates a snack that aids your cats constipation, hair balls and much more
Their high antioxidants and lower levels of sugar make blueberries, strawberries another little snack for your kitty cat.
Oats are stacked with protein, iron and fibre - making them a good treat for your cats overall health. But, you can also apply it topically to soothe skin issues.