Freshly popped popcorn, all fluffy and still warm, is the safest way for cats to eat popcorn since there is nothing in fresh popcorn that is toxic to them.
Make sure the pieces are fully popped though, as un-popped kernels can be tough for cats to chew on and can have trouble traveling through their digestive system.
Probably the worst part about popcorn are the toppings. We love sprinkling salt, butter or even caramel onto our pastime snack to give it some extra flavor, however to cats, these ingredients can cause some nasty side effects.
Zucchini and Carrots are some similar options that are still crunchy but can be given to cats in bigger bulks than popcorn
Because a cat’s digestive system is sensitive to any changes in diet, for more ideas on snacks that your cat will love it is always worth talking to your veterinarian.
If your cat is meowing while you have a bowl of popcorn on your lap, one or two kernels of popcorn will provide them with a satisfying treat.
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