Don't feed kitty these 6 foods!
Cats are odd eaters, to say the least. Although they have a reputation for being finicky (my own cat will eat only either kibble of any brand, or one specific flavor of Fancy Feast - nothing else) some of them are true garbage guts. And although cats are obligate carnivores evidently lack sensors to detect carbs, that doesn't stop some of them from apparently craving sugar.
If you have a cat who begs for human food, resist! Cute as Kitty may be, some human foods can be very bad for your cat.
Most people know that chocolate is bad for dogs, but it's bad for cats, too, who may be attracted to it due to its high milkfat content.
Which reminds me, skip the dairy for your cat - cow's milk products can upset your cat's stomach. If you want to feed your cat milk, buy kitten meal replacement milk at the pet store. A saucer of KMR is a great treat for your cat in small doses!
Avocado, onion, apricots, cherries, garlic, mushrooms, grapes, and raisins all contain toxic substances that can be bad for your cat. However, cooked and mashed green beans, carrots, squash, and canned pumpkin are all good treats for a cat who has a wide range of culinary interests.
Even the pickiest eaters (although not mine) may enjoy a spoonful of plain canned pumpkin (NOT canned pumpkin pie mix). A lot of cats love it, and it has a lot of good fiber for their systems.