If you're asking can they physically digest it - sure they can. When I had cats - Patches and Ginger - they used to eat my veggie burgers. I'd crumble up the veggie burgers in their dish and they'd lick it clean. I think they liked the veggie burgers better than their cat food.
Now if you're asking will cats like a hard-boiled egg - well that's definitely a question for them But if they're not used to eating it, then you need to introduce it slowly. And checking with the vet might get you started.
My old cat used to eat saltines, and breads and loved them. Hard boiled eggs.....I don't know about that.....Maybe. However check with the VET for a more complete answer. Cats love chicken. I think they would play with it first and after breaking into the formed yoke,.... they might try it. But an alley cat would eat it up like there's no tomorrow. I know. I used to feed them. I love animals. But if your cat doesn't eat it, it will be a mess to clean up. LOL.
by Nira Perkins 7 years ago
If a hard boiled egg cracks is it still okay to save and eat later?If it just has a slight crack and nothing has leaked out. Not sure if it goes bad quickly or if you can't eat it at all.
by Victoria Anne 5 years ago
What is your method for cooking a perfect hard boiled egg?It may seem obvious, but I've found that everyone has little things they do differently to get a perfect, easy to peel egg.
by Simone Haruko Smith 10 years ago
For how long can one keep a hard-boiled egg (not refrigerated) before it goes bad?While traveling in Germany, I noticed hard boiled eggs for sale that weren't refrigerated... I've always kept mine chilled, but is this necessary?I supposing timing will be different depending on whether the egg is...
by PhoenixV 8 years ago
What Is the Best Way to Peel a Hard Boiled Egg?How can you get the shell easily off of a hard boiled egg?
by Jimbo'daNimbo 8 years ago
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government … -for-lunchJust being 3 dollars behind on school lunch gets your kid a lunch of a hard boiled eggs crackers and milk.But don't worry you can talk to the school board if it's a problem.
by Christopher Wanamaker 7 years ago
What is the healthiest way to prepare an Egg?Poached, Scrambled, Over Easy, Fried, Hard Boiled?
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