Yes, cats can eat plain-flavoured tofu sparingly.
A popular meat alternative, tofu comes from dried soybeans that have been soaked in water, crushed, and boiled. The mixture is then pressed into solid white blocks, which are created with varying softness levels.
Though soy milk is not recommended for cats due to the hormones and chemicals it may contain, tofu can be given occasionally as long as it is prepared without any seasonings. Salt, garlic, onion, and sugar are just a few examples of ingredients that are cooked with tofu. Consuming just a small amount of these toxic ingredients may cause health complications for your kitty.
How to feed tofu to your cat: Consult your veterinarian to find out if your cat can eat tofu. Once you get his consent, stick to the recommended serving size and frequency.
You can give your cat tofu that has been baked, steamed, boiled, or pan fried with water. Initially feed her a bite of tofu and observe her body’s reaction in the next 24 hours. If she does not show signs of tofu intolerance or allergy, you can occasionally give it as a treat or top it over her meal.
In summary: Tofu is a good source of nutrients such as iron, calcium, copper, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin B1, and zinc. However, you should not give tofu to your cat on a regular basis as this will not provide her with all the nutrients she needs. As an obligate carnivore, your cat will thrive on a diet that consists mainly of animal-based protein.