Cat Enjoys Fish Finger Happy Meal in Adorable Clip: 'Very Spoilt'

A cat tucking into his very own McDonald's Happy Meal has gone viral.

Over 430,000 people have watched the viral TikTok video, posted by @jadehill855.

Ralph, the ginger tabby cat enjoying the fishy delight, received 35,400 likes at the time of writing. You can watch the video here.

His owner added some text to the video that said: "No batter just the fish and he loved it."

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Stock photos of a cat eating and fish fingers. An orange cat loving its fish finger Happy Meal from McDonalds has gone viral. Lightspruch / Whitestorm

According to Hepper.com, "cats need to eat a diet that's high in protein. As carnivores, they need more protein than dogs, which are omnivores and can eat a more varied diet. Some essential components of the feline diet are amino acids and vitamins A, B, and D."

But the cat furniture website states it is ok to give your cat fish fingers as an occasional treat, as long as the breading is removed as this could upset their digestive system.

The website states: "If your cat loves the taste of fish, there are alternatives to sharing your fish dinner with your feline friend. Besides poultry, fish is one of the most popular animal proteins found in cat food and cat treats."

The fishy treat is a "great source of omega-3 fatty acids and is good for your cat's skin and coat," states U.K.-based pet supplier Time for Paws.

"Eating too much fish can lead to a cat being deprived of vitamin E and some types of fish such as tuna and salmon can contain higher levels of mercury, leading to health problems," states the online pet shop.

Hundreds of people have commented on the adorable video, one user wrote: "Little dude deserves the best."

Ralph's owner told her followers: "[T]his little guy is very spoilt."

It seems this cat owner isn't the only person who treats her pet to fast food as another user wrote: "Ours love a chicken nugget. No batter just the chicken. [The] only issue is, now they see a Maccies bag and think it's for them."

A dog owner has shared her story too, saying: "We do this with KFC for our little Yorkshire terrier, no skin [or] batter though, she now knows the words KFC and thinks everything is for her."

Previously, Newsweek shared a story about a one-eyed dog enjoying free sushi and an article about a cat owner who ordered a tiny burger and fries for her feline.

Newsweek reached out to @jadehill855 for comment.

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