Cats are special pets that bring love and joy to the human owners. Pet parents do everything they can to give their felines the best care, including feeding them the top-quality foods on the market. But store-bought meals are often loaded with fillers, grains, cereal-based products, chemicals, and artificial flavoring that are harmful to the beloved tabby.
Rather than take the risk in feeding the family fur friend harsh, unhealthy industrial made products, why not make homemade dishes instead.
Home cooked kitty treats are a popular and easy way to make sure the precious pussycat is fed the healthiest foods. Kitty cats can be finicky; another reason to make meals in a private kitchen. Cat owners know what their pets like and can make delectable that the family feline will love.
1 can Salmon
1/2 cup cornmeal
¼ cup low fat milk
1 medium sized egg
3 tablespoons water
1 cup unbleached flour
Preheat oven to 350 F. Mix the ingredients together in a bowl until a heavy dough is formed. Roll doughy batter into a ¼ inch size on a cookie sheet. Cut into squares or shapes, then place on ungreased baking sheet. Cook for 15 minutes, until golden brown. Allow treats to cool before serving to the family pet. Keep the salmon bites refrigerated.
Tasty Catnip Bites
1 pound of ground meat – fish, chicken, or beef
2 medium sized eggs
2 tablespoons catnip
Preheat oven to 375 F. Mix ingredients in a bowl thoroughly. Spread the meaty mixture evenly onto a tin foil lined cookie sheet. Cook for 5 – 7 minutes. Drain excess grease and break apart into small, crumbled pieces. Cook again for another 5 minutes if needed. Let cool before feeding to feline. The meat morsels must be stored in a fridge.
Chicken Cranberry Chunks
1 cup rolled oats
3 table spoons mashed, dried cranberries
2 table spoons vegetable oil
1 large egg
1 table spoon catnip
Preheat oven at 350 F. Mix the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl until the oats, berries, and catnip are thoroughly blended together. Add the egg and oil, then mix into a moist batter. Scoop teaspoon sized bites onto a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. Cook for 15 minutes. Once treats have cooled, they can be fed to the feline.
¾ cup shredded orange cheese
1/3 cup grated white cheese
¼ cup low fat, plain yogurt
¼ cup cornmeal
¼ cup water
Set the oven’s heat to 350 F. Mix ingredients together to make a smooth dough. Roll the batter into a ¼ inch thick sheet. Cut doughy sheet into shapes using cat themed cookie cutters, then place on a greased cookie sheet. Cook the kitty bites for 25 minutes. Let the morsels cool before serving to the home tabby.
Home made foods are healthier and more cost effective than processed, pussycat foods. They not only taste better, but are much better for the kitty than traditional store-bought products. At Top Pet Gifts, we have cookie cutters and other cat themed essentials to help the family feline stay healthy and happy.