Table Scrapes Or Bones - 9 Of 16
Raw, uncooked bones are great for cats’ dental health and many raw-fed cats eat a diet that includes bones every day. But never feed cooked bones as these may splinter and cause internal damage or become an intestinal obstruction.
Raw Eggs - 10 Of 16
Raw eggs contain an enzyme called avidin and excessive amounts of raw egg white could cause a biotin (B vitamin) deficiency resulting in skin and hair problems. This data came from laboratory rats that were fed abnormally large amounts of raw egg white proportional to their bodyweight. It is unlikely cats would consume dangerous quantities of avidin unless you fed them raw eggs at every meal.
Pork - 11 Of 16
The idea of pork being unhealthy relates to tapeworm that may be carried by pigs. As with all meats, the pork should be cooked before feeding it to your cat. Bacon is often too salty to safely feed to a cat. Cooked pork or ham is safe to feed as a treat. If you allow your cat to eat pieces of sausage, make sure it doesn't contain onion powder or leeks as these are toxic to cats.
Dog Food - 12 Of 16
Cats and dogs have very different nutritional needs. Dog food lacks Vitamin A, Taurine, certain fatty acids and protein levels that cats require in their diets. Plus, dog food will probably make your cat fat.