Homemade Cat Treats
Every cat has their go to protein favorite. I have the pickiest cats around, so homemade cat treats are the way to go. Taz and Tinkerbell like their dry food and are very selective about what they consider an edible treat. None of this processed junk food for them. While this recipe calls for tuna, if your cats prefer chicken, salmon or beef or even like a variety of flavors, switch it out.
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- 10oz can of tuna, undrained *
- One egg beaten
- Two cups whole wheat flour
* Add a Tablespoon of oil if you are using a dry protein like chicken or beef.
- Finely chop the canned tuna in a food processor by using the pulse button
- Combine tuna, egg, & flour in mixer until it forms a dough
- Roll out dough to 1/4 inch thickness on a floured surface
- Use a 3/4 inch cookie cutter or cut the dough in 3/4 inch squares
- Put the treats on a baking sheet & bake at 350°F for 20 minutes
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