The following fruits are on the ASPCA’s list of foods you can safely share with pets:
As long as you take a few measures, apples are generally safe for cats. Before giving your cat an apple, remove the seeds and core since small levels of cyanide are present in apple seeds, which can be dangerous if consumed in significant numbers. It is normally safe for people and cats to eat apple seeds in moderation, but it is advisable to err on the side of caution and remove the seeds. The apple should ideally be peeled and sliced into manageable pieces for your cat.
In general, blueberries are healthy for cats and may even provide some nutritional advantages. They provide vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and have few calories. Even though your cat might prefer to play with the berries rather than eat them, you can occasionally give your cat a few blueberries as a treat or add them to his or her usual food. Before giving the blueberries to your cat, make sure they have been completely washed and any stems have been removed.