5. Cat ‘Ice Cream’
Ice cream isn’t good for cats, because its sugar and milk or cream content can cause digestive problems and diarrhea. But a cat alternative is available.
4. Ice Cubes
A plain, squat ice cube doesn’t qualify as much of a treat for hu
3: Sno-cone, Feline Style
Just as we love that summertime signature, cats are drawn to a mound of shaved ice all their own.
2: Yogurt and Cottage Cheese
Some cats love the taste of yogurt, and it’s good for them due to the live cultures it contains. Yogurt aids in keeping gas, diarrhea and cramping away by helping to maintain the “good” bacteria in a cat’s intestines.
1. Frozen Canned Food
Sometimes the weather tells us that it’s just too hot to eat, which is when humans opt for moisture-laden salads, fresh fruits or smoothies. Cats may also find meals less fascinating when the temperature sizzles.