So I got myself some plain yogurt as a snack. However, I left that bowl of yogurt unattended for a few moments on my kitchen table when I was distracted by a phone call (and had left the phone in another room). Upon returning, I found a VERY pleased kitty cat with her face in the bowl and about half of the yogurt gone. That was my treat, kitty! I actually never knew she liked yogurt. I know milk is bad, since cats can't digest lactose past kittenhood, but yogurt should have very little, if any, due to the beneficial bacteria consuming it in the process of making it. Do any of your cats eat weird things not typical for cats? I personally consider typical in the range of their normal obligate carnivore diet, such as raw meats (bones, flesh, organs), commercial cat food (dry or wet) and treats. Stuff like veggies, fruits, or pudding (another favorite of my siamese kitty) just seem odd for them to like! Especially since cats have no sense of sweet due to the deletion of the gene because it wasn't needed in the evolution of big cats since they evolved to get all their nutritional needs met by meat sources.