Plain, cooked chicken breast without any seasonings or additives can be a protein-rich treat for cats.
Salmon is another excellent protein source, rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Ensure it's thoroughly cooked and boneless.
Plain, water-packed tuna can be a special treat, but it's important not to overdo it due to the high mercury content in tuna.
Freeze-dried meats like chicken, turkey, or fish are minimally processed and retain most of their nutritional value.
Catnip is a natural treat that many cats enjoy. It can provide entertainment and stimulation, but not all cats are affected by it.
A small amount of plain, canned pumpkin can help with digestion and provide fiber.
These can be a low-calorie treat option for cats who enjoy the crunch.
Cooked, unsalted green beans can be a nutritious and crunchy treat for cats.
Some cats tolerate small amounts of low-lactose cheeses, like cheddar or mozzarella.
You can make your own cat treats using recipes that include ingredients like whole wheat flour, canned fish, and baby food.