3. Uncooked Eggs
Eggs on principle are not toxic to cats. In fact they’re quite nutritious and make a good occasional treat for cats provided they’re cooked and free of oils or herbs. Raw eggs can lead to problems however. While sanitation and refrigeration standards vary by nation, raw eggs overall are more susceptible to carrying organisms such as E. coli or Salmonella (also dangerous to humans) or parasites.
Cats can also be allergic to eggs, so make sure to feed your kitty only a tiny bit first and keep watch for any adverse reactions such as wheezing or swelling.