Most cats love yogurt, but are they allowed to eat it? As long as your fur nose gets mainly high-quality meat food, is against the treat now and then nothing wrong.
Calcium, protein and vitamins in yogurt are even healthy for cats and the lactic acid bacteria in them can have a positive effect on the feline intestinal flora. If you take some basic rules into cat nutrition, you can occasionally treat your velvet paw to the treat.
Yogurt yes, milk no
Cats may eat yoghurt only because it contains virtually no milk sugar. The stubborn tigers usually do not tolerate these and react with diarrhea and other indigestion after drinking cows' milk. They suffer from an innate lactose intolerance, so to speak. In yogurt, however, the lactose was broken down during the fermentation process.
Your fur nose, however, may only enjoy natural yoghurt without additives. If you want to be on the safe side, make the natural yoghurt from UHT milk and special lactic acid bacterial cultures in the yoghurt preparator yourself. Then he is definitely katzentauglich. However, do not let your velvet paw consume more than one to two tablespoons a day at room temperature. Too much of the good she does not tolerate.
Cats are primarily carnivores
Feeding with yogurt should be the exception, not the rule in cats. Because the Stubentiger are mainly carnivores and therefore must be fed mainly with meat. High-quality ready-to-eat foods normally contain all the nutrients a healthy cat needs.
Especially the amino acid taurine is vital for the babies, since they can not form them themselves. This nutrient is mainly found in meat, so the cat should not do without it. From time to time a spoonful of yogurt as delicacies spurn purring gourmets certainly not.