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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
Is it ok to give scrambled eggs to cats?

My cat has kind of went off his whiskas and not eating very much of it now.

I have tried different brands of cat food but he prefers the whiskas to any other brand, but just not eating enough! Its as if he is fed up with the same old thing

I have heard people saying that they give their cats scrambled egg and they love it so I was thinking of trying that. He's 8 months old.

Your answers and opinions are appreciated. Thank you
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Is it whiskas kitten that he was having? Scrambled egg would be ok as a treat but not as a replacement!
banned 3 Likes #2
Have you tried feeding your pussy a sausage?
#3
Hi yes you can give him scrambled eggs but you must make it with water and not milk as milk is very bad for them.
It would be better if you could do him some fish (plain not battered or crumbed) or some chicken

Found a bit of info for the scrambled egg advice...
http://medipet.blogspot.com/2009/06/can-cats-eat-eggs.html

Edited By: Emzy81 on Jun 10, 2011 19:11
#4
FilthAndFurry
Have you tried feeding your pussy a sausage?

(_;)
#5
Emzy81
Hi yes you can give him scrambled eggs but you must make it with water and not milk as milk is very bad for them.
It would be better if you could do him some fish (plain not battered or crumbed) or some chicken

Could make it with cat milk! lol but yeah I forgot, no milk!
#6
dh058977
Emzy81
Hi yes you can give him scrambled eggs but you must make it with water and not milk as milk is very bad for them.
It would be better if you could do him some fish (plain not battered or crumbed) or some chicken


Could make it with cat milk! lol but yeah I forgot, no milk!


lol you could yes but I was presuming she wanted to use whatever was in the house - although she could already have cat milk in I suppose :)
#7
dh058977
Is it whiskas kitten that he was having? Scrambled egg would be ok as a treat but not as a replacement!

It used to be whiskas kitten but he didn't like that so started giving him whiskas simply which I know is for "older cats" but he seems to have gone off that too
#8
If it's hungry it'll eat, Don't let the pussy be fussy lol.
#9
shauneco
If it's hungry it'll eat, Don't let the pussy be fussy lol.


Unfortunately with cats that isn't true, OP if he won't start eating again properly a trip to the vets might be in order.
#10
Emzy81
Hi yes you can give him scrambled eggs but you must make it with water and not milk as milk is very bad for them.It would be better if you could do him some fish (plain not battered or crumbed) or some chickenFound a bit of info for the scrambled egg advice...http://medipet.blogspot.com/2009/06/can-cats-eat-eggs.html

Thanks for that Emzy81 will certainly do that, although I have never made scrambled egg with water before. Btw his favourite food is real chicken which I would love to give him everyday but it would be a little bit too expensive for me, I'm already being accused of loving the cat more than my daughter and OH :D
Thanks guys x
1 Like #11
My cat gets bored of one food quickly, we have to change between gravy/jelly and whiskers/felix as good as it looks/Tesco premium/waitrose. We have tried her on more premium stuff but she's not interested.
We always put dry food down as well.
I find she goes through phases of not being very hungry, especially in summer.
I would de-worm the cat as well, just in case.
#12
sickly sweet
My cat gets bored of one food quickly, we have to change between gravy/jelly and whiskers/felix as good as it looks/Tesco premium/waitrose. We have tried her on more premium stuff but she's not interested.
We always put dry food down as well.
I find she goes through phases of not being very hungry, especially in summer.
I would de-worm the cat as well, just in case.
Exactly the same as my cat :3

Cath - Maybe try your cat with some tuna, even when mines been off her grub a bit of tuna gets her eating again. :)
#13
sickly sweet
My cat gets bored of one food quickly, we have to change between gravy/jelly and whiskers/felix as good as it looks/Tesco premium/waitrose. We have tried her on more premium stuff but she's not interested.We always put dry food down as well.I find she goes through phases of not being very hungry, especially in summer.I would de-worm the cat as well, just in case.

Can I de-worm him myself or does the vet have to do it?
#14
you can get the tabs from pet shops & i think wilkinsons have them :3
#15
try him on eggs benidict first
#16
aunty jane
you can get the tabs from pet shops & i think wilkinsons have them :3

Thank you :3

Just tried the scrambled egg, he ate a litlle bit and then walked away! Can't help thinking he's starving!
#17
cath1510
Can I de-worm him myself or does the vet have to do it?


It is so easy, buy droncit from somewhere like medicanimal (on tcb as well). It is a de-wormer which comes in a dropper for the neck - like the frontline de-flea stuff - and works a treat.
It is the same stuff as you buy at the vet but half the price.
If your cat will take tablets you can give her drontal, but mine won't so the droncit is just so much easier..
#18
sickly sweet
cath1510
Can I de-worm him myself or does the vet have to do it?
It is so easy, buy droncit from somewhere like medicanimal (on tcb as well). It is a de-wormer which comes in a dropper for the neck - like the frontline de-flea stuff - and works a treat.It is the same stuff as you buy at the vet but half the price.If your cat will take tablets you can give her drontal, but mine won't so the droncit is just so much easier..

Thank You, do you have any links for this :)
#19
cath1510

Thank You, do you have any links for this :)



http://www.medicanimal.com/search?VIEW_SIZE=10&SEARCH_CATEGORY_ID=&SEARCH_OPERATOR=AND&SEARCH_STRING=Droncit&q=
Go through tcb for 8% cashback.
£6.10 very well spent - and free delivery :)
EDIT: you get 4 treatments in that £6.10 pack as well.

Edited By: sickly sweet on Jun 10, 2011 20:21
#20
sickly sweet
cath1510
Thank You, do you have any links for this :)
http://www.medicanimal.com/search?VIEW_SIZE=10&SEARCH_CATEGORY_ID=&SEARCH_OPERATOR=AND&SEARCH_STRING=Droncit&q=Go through tcb for 8% cashback.£6.10 very well spent - and free delivery :)EDIT: you get 4 treatments in that £6.10 pack as well.

Awwh thanks for that sickly sweet. Will be ordering :)
1 Like #21
Buy it a doner kebab, no chilli.
#22
cath1510
sickly sweet
cath1510
Thank You, do you have any links for this :)
http://www.medicanimal.com/search?VIEW_SIZE=10&SEARCH_CATEGORY_ID=&SEARCH_OPERATOR=AND&SEARCH_STRING=Droncit&q=Go through tcb for 8% cashback.£6.10 very well spent - and free delivery :)EDIT: you get 4 treatments in that £6.10 pack as well.
Awwh thanks for that sickly sweet. Will be ordering :)

Just ordered and got 5% discount too so paid £5.80. Thank you

Thank you to all for their advice and suggestions :)

Edited By: cath1510 on Jun 10, 2011 20:43
#23
sickly sweet
cath1510
Can I de-worm him myself or does the vet have to do it?
It is so easy, buy droncit from somewhere like medicanimal (on tcb as well). It is a de-wormer which comes in a dropper for the neck - like the frontline de-flea stuff - and works a treat.It is the same stuff as you buy at the vet but half the price.If your cat will take tablets you can give her drontal, but mine won't so the droncit is just so much easier..

Just 1 more question which maybe I should have asked before, does de-worming include indoor cats which is what Oscar my cat is?
#24
when my cat has to stay indoors for a few weeks, I always have a dinner plate with fresh turf on it in the feeding area. It makes him really happy. Sounds weird but he needs to chew grass to be healthy.
My cat has different food every week, Tuna is his favourite, and I mix it with a little warm water.
#25
cath1510
sickly sweet
cath1510
Can I de-worm him myself or does the vet have to do it?
It is so easy, buy droncit from somewhere like medicanimal (on tcb as well). It is a de-wormer which comes in a dropper for the neck - like the frontline de-flea stuff - and works a treat.It is the same stuff as you buy at the vet but half the price.If your cat will take tablets you can give her drontal, but mine won't so the droncit is just so much easier..


Just 1 more question which maybe I should have asked before, does de-worming include indoor cats which is what Oscar my cat is?


In general they normally get worms from outside, However that doesn't mean your cat won't get them, Flea's can pass tapeworms, Only takes one flea and you have an infestation hence why cats and dogs should all be treated for worms and flea's every couple of month's.
#26
chopped up starfish
#27
What about cod? Tesco do a pack of 6 frozen stick it in the microwave few a few minutes to defrost then stick it in a bowel of water to cool down
banned 3 Likes #28
nicster08
What about cod? Tesco do a pack of 6 frozen stick it in the microwave few a few minutes to defrost then stick it in a bowel of water to cool down
bowel???? what type of monster are you ?
banned#29
Get it put down
#30
dimebars
Get it put down

:(
#31
Cats need Taurine in their diet so if you're stopping feeding him proper cat food give him some Red Bull to drink.
#32
I'd suggest a nice Onion and Garlic soup. Will perk him right up
#33
tvfan
I'd suggest a nice Onion and Garlic soup. Will perk him right up

My cats eat onions and garlic, poisonous or not. They have it with their kebabs and curry.
#34
Shengis
tvfan
I'd suggest a nice Onion and Garlic soup. Will perk him right up

My cats eat onions and garlic, poisonous or not. They have it with their kebabs and curry.


Oh my, I didn't suggest something poisonous did I? I'd say cats have more too worry about than dodgy tummies, if the kebab shop owner catches up with them and does a little recycling
#35
maybe your cat is feeling a little under the weather hence him not eating much, or maybe up till now hes just been eating to much and now settled into a better routine
#36
your pussy sounds lonley! try giving it a hot dog
banned#37
another classic question in misc!

scrambled eggs will offer little if any nutrition to a cat. Then again, whiskas isnt much better either.

Cats are obligate carnivores so 99% of supermarket food isnt any good for them.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnivore#Obligate_carnivores
[mod][Moderator]#38
Try chopped up liver, always used to feed that to my cats when they went off their food, also I would suggest you try some dried food too, James Wellbeloved was very popular with my lot x
#39
csiman
another classic question in misc!

scrambled eggs will offer little if any nutrition to a cat. Then again, whiskas isnt much better either.

Cats are obligate carnivores so 99% of supermarket food isnt any good for them.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnivore#Obligate_carnivores

B ut a veggie will tell you that eggs are meat X)

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