Cooked eggs offer your cat a good source of protein and B vitamins. Raw eggs, on the other hand, may contain bacteria so you should not feed them to your cat. Unless your pet is allergic to eggs, it’s perfectly fine for it to eat cooked eggs.
Eggs are very nutritious, but they do not provide your cat with complete, well-balanced nutrition. If you fed your cat nothing but eggs, it would develop nutritional deficiencies.
If you’re eating an omelette, there’s no problem in sharing a little with your cat as long as you haven’t added onions or garlic.
Cats should be fed eggs in moderation, and this does not mean one egg a day – which is equivalent to about eight eggs for a person. Your cat will probably love sharing your breakfast with you, but this should be an occasional treat.