Cats love treats just as much as humans do, and this is a good enough reason to find recipes baking cat treats for your feline friend. Cat treats are fun and simple to make, and they are also cheaper than purchasing them from the store.
Even if you don't possess a cat yourself, you can simply make them for a friend or relative who possesses a cat. I am almost certain that the owner and especially the cat will appreciate this unique and very special gift.
If you possess a cat and love to give Christmas or birthday gifts for his other feline friends, then you can even personalize your cat treat gifts. All you need to do is place some food coloring on a sponge and place your cats paw on the sponge and then onto a card. The food coloring will not harm your cat in any way, and it will wear off very quickly.
You could even add recipe cards to the treats, and stamp the cats paw print on the corner of each card in exactly the same way.
Listed below are some very tasty recipes for cat treats that are extremely nutritious that your cat will thoroughly enjoy. Even though the recipes are extremely simple to make, there is one word of warning: Once your cat has tasted these recipes baking cat treats he or she will not want to go back to eating store-bought cat treats.
o Fish Biscuits
For approximately two dozen fish balls you will need:
7 oz sardines in oil
¼ cup powdered milk
½ cup wheat germ
Begin by mashing the sardines and the oil together in a bowl. Then mix in the powdered milk and wheat germ. You then need to roll the fish dough into small balls, and place them onto a cookie sheet which has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray. Using a fork, flatten the fish balls and bake them in the oven at 350 degrees until they are brown. Remove them from the oven and allow them to cool before placing them into an airtight container.
o Fluffy's Favorite Fish Balls
8 oz can of tuna in oil, drained
2 oz cooked skinless boneless fish
3 miniature carrots, cooked and mashed
1 large beaten egg
2 tbsp shredded cheese
2 tbsp rolled oats
2 tbsp tomato paste
2 tsp active dry yeast
1 tsp dried catnip
Mix all of the ingredients together and roll the mixture into small balls. Place the balls approximately one inch apart on a greased cookie sheet and place in a preheated oven of 350 degrees. Bake the fish balls for approximately 15 minutes or until they are firm and lightly brown. Remove them from the oven and allow them to cool before placing them in an airtight container.
Your cat will really love you when you take the time to prepare some recipes baking cat treats.
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