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#1 May 29, 6:06 pm
Recipes for Kitties
Feel free to add your recipes for kitty food, treats, and other meals here. Please give credit to original authors of all recipes if they come from someone else.
#2 January 1, 6:06 am
Kitty Treats
(from www.AnnClark.com)
Note: Can be made with or without catnip
Contains milk.

Combine:
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup white flour
2 Tb. wheat germ
1/3 cup powdered milk
1 tsp. catnip
Gradually add:
2 eggs
1/3 cup milk
4 Tb. vegetable oil

Mix until all ingredients are well blended. Don't be afraid to use your hands. If a little too dry, add more milk. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Pat to 1/2 inch thickness on a floured board. Cut using your favorite Ann Clark Cookie Cutters. Bake 25-30 minutes. Allow to cool and harden. Store in tins or storage bags.
Yield: 12 large shapes or 24-36 small shapes.
#3 January 1, 6:07 am
(from our friend Tippy)

if you ever use tuna & dont know what to do with the liquid, fill ice cube trays half way and freeze them. feed 1 or 2 at a time, depending on how big the cubes are.
#4 January 1, 6:08 am
(from our friend Whiskey Willie)

TABBY TUNA POPSICLES

1-6 oz. can of water packed tuna
1 teaspoon catnip

Drain tuna into a cup wtih a pouring spout.
Fill each compartment of a plastic ice cube tray halfway with water.
Lightly sprinkle catnip into each compartment.
Fill the rest of the ice cube tray with the tuna water.
Place the tray in the freezer and allow to freeze solid.
Serve one tuna popsicle to your kitty in it's bowl.
YUM YUM
#5 January 1, 6:09 am
(from our friend Zoey)

Hi Everyone
I wanted to share a recipe for "Cat Cookies"

7 oz of sardines 1/4 c dry non fat milk 1/2 c wheat germ
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, Miss all ingrediants well and roll into 24 small balls. Pleace on a greased cookie sheet and flatten wth a fork. Bake 6-8 minutes until rown. Yields approximately 2 dozen goodies for your kitty.

Holy Mackerel Cat Treats
1/2 can mackerel draines and crumbled
1 c whole grain bread crumbs
1 T vertable oil or bacon grease
1 egg, beaten
1 TSP brewers yeast

Combine and mix all ingrediants well. Drop dough in 1/4 teaspoon size (1 inch apart) on a greased cookie sheet. Cool and then cover and store in the refigerator for up to 3 weeks. These can also be frozen for up to 6 months
#6 January 1, 6:13 am
Turkey Supreme (for cats)

From PetPlace.com

Makes 4 servings

1 turkey breast, cooked and chopped fine
1/2 cup carrots, diced
1/4 cup spinach, diced
1/2 cups green beans, diced
3/4 cup cooked brown rice
No-salt chicken broth

Combine turkey, carrots, spinach and green beans. Add rice and enough chicken broth to bind ingredients. Cool until mixture is lukewarm and serve.
#7 January 1, 6:32 am
(from "Star")

this is my kitty tuna tasty's:
ingredients:
1 6-oz (170g) can of tuna in oil

1.5 cups (360 ml) cornmeal

1.5 cups (360 ml) flour

1/2 cup + 1 tablespoon (135 ml) water

1/2 cup (120 ml) vegetable oil

1/4 teaspoon (1 ml) salt

mix all of the ingredients well. knead to combine.

on a lightly floured surface, press the dough into a sheet about 1/4 inch (6 mm) thick. use a cookie cutter or butter knife to cut shapes out of the dough. place shapes on a greased cookie sheet. bake them at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. then remove the cookies from the oven and place them on a wire rack to cool.

when the cookies are ready, give one to your kitty. any cat is sure to love this tuna-riffic treat! store the rest of the cookies in the fridge until your ready to use them.
#8 January 1, 6:34 am
Aromatic Fish

Place fillets of whiting or coaly in a foil parcel. Pour over a little milk, season, and sprinkle with finely chopped coriander. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes on a medium heat. When cooked, flake, removing bones, and serve with the cooking liquid poured over. Garnish with coriander.
#9 January 1, 6:36 am
No Fui Tofui

1/3 cup cooked brown rice
1/2 cup cooked corn
2 ounces tofu (raw or lightly sauteed in butter or tamari)
1 egg yolk

In a bowl, mix the brown rice and corn. Cut the tofu into bite-sized pieces and mix into the rice mixture along with the egg yolk. Serve. Yield: 2 miles; 300 calories per meal.
#10 January 1, 6:37 am
Kitty Taco

1/2 lb. ground beef
1 tablespoon tomato paste
1 teaspoon corn oil
1 corn tortilla, cut into kitty-bite-size pieces
1/2 teaspoon bone meal
1/2 teaspoon brewers' yeast
1/2 teaspoon iodized salt
2 tablespoons cheddar cheese, grated

Heat skillet and start browning ground beef. When meat is half cooked, add bell pepper. Cook the mixture until onions are translucent, and the meat golden brown. On low heat, stir tomato paste, corn oil, chopped tortilla, bone meal, brewers' yeast, and salt. Stir until heated through. Cool and serve topped with grated cheese. Yields 2-3 servings.
#11 January 1, 6:38 am
Homecooked Meal for Kitty

Meat - Ground beef, lamb, chicken, turkey - NO pork - (the coarser the ground, the better). For each pound take 6 oz of spring water (or low salt broth) add 4 drops grapefruit seed extract and mix into meat. Add water and/or broth until you get the consistency of thick chili.

Per each pound of raw meat add:
Approximately 2 cups fresh (uncooked or very lightly steamed) vegetables (finely chopped in the food processor) - for example, carrots, zucchini, etc. (Tip: carrots are good to start with - they are sweet).
Approximately 2 cups cooked grains (finely chopped in the food processor) - examples include rice, cereal, leftover potatoes, and oatmeal.
Kitty Bloom brand calcium supplement per package directions (including adding the salt) and Kitty Bloom brand vitamin supplement per package directions. You can substitute bone meal or other calcium per various authors.
Two or three times a week add some coat supplement.
If stools get too loose, cut back on oil.

Optional:
1T aloe vera juice (no sodium benzoate and not during pregnancy). This is very helpful for any digestive problems and/or allergies.

Sprinkle acidophilus over food at mealtime. Especially helpful for cats who have been recently on antibiotics or have had any sort of digestive problem.

Sprinkle some Florzayme or Prozyme over meal just before serving...especially helpful when changing a cat over to fresh food from commercial food.

Feed at least twice a day. You may freeze or keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
#12 January 1, 6:40 am
SassyKat's Special Dinner
(good for cats with diabetes or kidney problems)

1 egg
1 tablespoon minced, cooked green beans
1 teaspoon shredded carrot (if you substitute other vegetables, avoid the ones with a lot of natural sugars)
2 tablespoons baked chicken breast (no skin) minced
1/3 cup cooked brown rice (unrefined; wild rice is good)
1 tablespoon olive oil (good for preventing hair balls and constipation - common to diabetics)

Mix all of the ingredients thoroughly with a wooden spoon or in a blender/food processor. It's important to get the rice mixed in well so that it can't be picked out. (Diabetics need fiber and cats with kidney failure problems need to limit their protein intake so this serves two purposes.)

Cook in a small Pyrex skillet over low heat, stirring and "chopping" constantly, until the egg is at least soft-set but done.

Refrigerate in air-tight containers, such as Tupperware, RubberMaid, or Zip-Lock baggies. Use within 36 hours (refrigerated). Stores well in the freezer in Zip-Lock baggies and can be thawed and warmed simultaneously in boiling water in the bag.
#13 January 1, 6:41 am
Diet for the Cat with Kidney Problems

4 parts carbohydrate: Pureed barley flakes and/or baby food creamed corn
2 parts protein: Lightly broiled chicken or beef or raw organic egg yolk and cooked white - used with meat, not alone (you can also use baby food chicken)
1 part vegetable: Chopped or finely grated raw vegetable or vegetable juice (carrots, zucchini, and alfalfa sprouts are ideal).
2 tablespoons Vita-Mineral Mix
2 teaspoons soft butter

Blend the above ingredients together and store in glass jar. Each day mix the following into each meal or administer by dropper after the meal:

1/8 teaspoon mixed mineral powder
1/16 teaspoon Pet Tinic (a B vitamin and iron tonic available from the veterinarian) or 1/2 of a low-potency B complex capsule (10 mg level)
1/4 teaspoon or 1/2 tablet mixed digestive enzymes
#14 January 1, 6:43 am
Vitamin Rich Meal for Felines

1/3 c Cottage cheese
2 tb Bisques
1 tb Chopped liver
1 tb Corn oil
1 Dash iodized salt

Mix all together for 1-2 delicious cat servings.
#15 January 1, 6:44 am
(from our friend Ted E. Bear. This is potent stuff; his "special" catnip recipe!)

Frenzied Feline!!


Ingredients

1/2 C, wholewheat flour
1/2 C. nonfat dry milk powder
1/2 can tuna, in oil
1 Tbs. vegetable oil or cod liver oil
1 egg, beaten
1/4 C. water
1/4 C. finely crushed dry catnip, for rolling the balls in, approximately

Directions

Preheat oven to 350 F and spray a large cookie sheet with cooking spray. In large bowl, mash the tuna so that there are no large lumps. Mix flour and milk in the tuna until thoroughly combined. Add water and oil, mix well. Beat an egg until foamy, add and combine thoroughly. Expect the dough mix to be sticky. Shape dough into tiny balls about the size of a small marble. Roll the balls in finely crushed dry catnip I usually rub the catnip between my hands to crush it. Place the balls on the cookie sheet and flatten slightly. Bake for 10 minutes then remove them from oven and let them rest for 5 minutes. Turn treats over and bake 10 more minutes or until browned. Cool treats completely before giving any to your pet. Store in air tight container in the refrigerator or a cool dry place.
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