Of course you can still find many kinds of cat treats in your local pet shops, but how would you make sure they are truly healthy? While the guaranteed ones are usually pricey, let’s try this solution: homemade cat treats.
The reason why you should try making your own cat treats at home is because it will be safer for it does not contain any preservatives, nor other chemicals. Moreover, these recipes are easy to make and most importantly, do not require you too many ingredients. Even you may easily find them in your kitchen.
Before we get to the recipes, let’s take a look at these useful guides related to cat foods. Know what you can feed the cats, and what you cannot. Although cats are omnivores, this does not mean that you can let them eat anything.
Healthy Cat Treats to Make at Home
Now let’s get started!
Firstly, you can try with this salmon cat treats.
The ingredients you’ll need are just regular food, unless that they are baked into tiny treats. This also means that you can actually eat this one, yet it’s just that you might not like the taste.
To make this treat, chop canned salmon in a food processor and then mix it with egg and flour until it forms a dough. Roll out the dough thin and cut it into little pieces. After that, bake at 350°F for 20 minutes.
Next, we have this tuna catnip treats.
Surprisingly, you can make this out of 3 ingredients only. You’ll need tuna (preferably the unsalted one), catnip, and oat flour. Such a tasty treat with appetizing composition!
And now we got this spinach and chicken organic treats.
The ingredients for the dough are, ½ lb. chicken thighs—don’t forget to remove the bone and skin first; a cup of fresh spinach, an egg, one cup of oats, ¼ cup of flour, and lastly 1 tablespoon of catnip to make it more appetizing. Chop the chicken meat together with the spinach using food processor, then mix up with the rest ingredients. Easy, right?
For the last, give your kitty this cheesy soft treats!
To make the dough, you will have to mix flour, cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese, and sour cream or you can also use plain yoghurt. Even this looks too delicious for humans!
Which one you think your feline will love the most?