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2 canned sardines pat of butter

1 cup water few stalks of watercress fish sauce (optional)

Put the sardines and the pat of butter into a heavy-based frying-pan and place on a medium heat. As the pan warms and the butter melts, mash the sardines into it. When the butter has completely melted, pour in the water and stir as it comes to a boil. Thoroughly shred the watercress and toss into the pan. Remove the pan from the heat and allow to cool. Puree, and add a dash of fish sauce.


2 flat cans of sardines in oil (Do not drain)

2/3 cup cooked rice 1 tablespoon pureed liver

1/4 cup chopped parsley

Combine all ingredients and mix well. Shape into balls of desired size or simply spoon into cat's dish and serve. These treats may be stored in the refrigerator for up to three days, and may also be frozen.


Heat 1 teaspoon corn oil in a pan.

Add 1/4 lb. beef liver and fry on both sides until cooked but not dry inside.

Add 1/2 cup water to the pan and mix it up with all the brown bits. Grind the liver in a blender, using the pan juices.


(good for cats with diabetes or kidney problems)

1 egg 1 tablespoon minced, cooked green beans 

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.


1 (6 ounce) can boneless, skinless salmon

1/4 cup bread crumbs

1/2 cup finely chopped celery

1 egg, beaten

1 envelope unflavored gelatin

1/2 cup water

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Combine all ingredients and mix well. Pack into a small fish-shaped mold (or other small mold) and bake for 45 minutes. Serve at room temperature.


1 can tuna

1/2 cup boiled rice

1/4 cup pureed liver

2-3 sprigs parsley chopped

Drain the tuna and mix everything together. Make 6-7 balls and then pat them into patties. Store in the fridge and serve to your cat. This is one cat treat recipe that your feline friend won't be finicky about.


Drain liquid from tuna packed in spring water. Freeze liquid in small ice cube trays (cocktail ice cube trays work nicely, as well as little square pill boxes available at most drug stores - only fill these half full). Give no more than 2 cubes at 1 time as a treat. Reuse your can of drained tuna by placing in it an airtight container and covering with filtered water overnight for a second batch of tunapop water.


1/2 cup whole wheat flour

1/2 cup nonfat, dry, powdered milk

1/2 can tuna, in oil OR 1/2 cup cooked chicken, chopped into small pieces

1 Tablespoon vegetable oil OR cod liver oil

1 egg, beaten 1/4 cup water Catnip (Optional)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease cookie sheets with cooking spray. In a large bowl, mash the tuna(or chicken)into smaller pieces. Then add flour and milk. Mix well. After all is mixed pour in water and oil. Mix well again. Now, beat egg in a separate dish until egg gets a foamy texture. Add to mix. Mix well. The dough mix will be sticky, so don’t worry. Using your fingers shape dough into small bite size balls, about the size of a marble. Put balls on greased cookie sheets. Flatten. Bake for 10 minutes. Remove treats from oven wait five minutes and turn treats over so other side will cook. Bake 10 more minutes or until golden brown in color. Place treats on cookie rack to cool. Cool for 15 minutes.


1/2 lb fillet of sole

2 tbl onion, chopped 

2 tbl parsley, chopped salt and pepper water 

1 tbl butter 1

1 tbl flour 

1/2 cup milk 1/4 cup cheddar cheese, grated 2

1/4 cup cheddar cheese, grated 

2 tbl liver 

1/2 teaspoon iodized salt

2/3 cup cooked noodles, cut into kitty-bite-size pieces (or cooked rice)

2 tbl parsley, chopped salt and pepper water  

1 tbl butter 1

1 tbl flour

1/2 cup milk

1/4 cup cheddar cheese, grated 2 tbl liver 1/2 teaspoon iodized salt 2/3 cup cooked noodles, cut into kitty-bite-size pieces (or cooked rice)

Put sole in a small, greased baking disk. Sprinkle with onion, parsley, and a dash of salt and pepper. Add enough water to just cover the bottom of the dish. Cook in a preheated 450 oven for 10 minutes. Remove from oven, cool, and cut into kitty-bit-size pieces. Melt butter in small saucepan. Stir in flour and heat until bubbling. Gradually stir in milk and cook, stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Add cheese, liver, and salt; stir until cheese has melted.

DO NOT BOIL. Add chopped fish and noodles to cheese sauce and stir well. Cool and serve. Yields 4 to 6 servings. Store unused portions in an airtight container and keep refrigerated.


3 cups whole wheat flour 2 cups soy flour

1 cup wheat germ 1 cup cornmeal

1 cup nonfat dry milk

1/2 cup brewer's yeast 1 (15 ounce) can mackerel

5 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 tablespoon cod liver oil

2 cups of water or as needed

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl. In another bowl, mash the mackerel into small pieces. Mix in the oil and water. Add the mackerel mixture to the dry ingredients and mix thoroughly. The dough is tough, so use your hands. Roll dough out to about 1/4" thickness and cut into 1/4" bits, using a knife or pizza cutter. Mound the bits onto greased cookie sheets and bake for 25 minutes. During baking, occasionally toss the bits with two wooden spoons, so they brown evenly. Turn the heat off and allow the treats to cool thoroughly before removing and storing in an airtight container in the refrigerator. This recipe freezes very well for longer storage.

71. Kitty Heaven Sardine Surprise


2 Flat cans of sardines in oil (do not drain) 

2/3 C Cooked rice

1 T Pureed liver (or canned liver cat food) 

1/4 C Chopped parsley D


Combine all ingredients and mix well. Shape into balls of desired size or simply spoon into cat's dish and serve. These treats may be stored in the refrigerator for up to three days, and may also be frozen.

Combine all ingredients and mix well. Shape into balls of desired size or simply spoon into cat's dish and serve. These treats may be stored in the refrigerator for up to three days, and may also be frozen.

72. Tuna Balls Ingredients

1 Can Drained tuna

1/2 C Cut turkey or chicken

2/3 c Dry Cat Food Sliced vegetables (optional)


Mix all ingredients in small bowl untill well mixed. Form into small balls or anything your comfortable with.
Chill for about an hour. After that cover the balls in bread crumbs or anything crumbly

73. Super Salmon Smashers


1/2 Ready smoken salmon (if your cat is big/hungry you can do more)

Milk or cat milk Ham Ready sliced cheese


Pour a little of the milk into a saucer. Place the salmon into the milk & let each side soak for 10-15 mins. Wrap the ham & cheese round the salmon and give it to your cat!

74. Salmon Snacks Ingredients

Salmon (cooked) Cat treat Dry cat food


1. Cut a little slice of cooked salmon. Make sure it is still moist, though.
2. Next, take your kitty's favorite treat and push it into the moist salmon.
3. Take some dry cat food and crush a small amount up. Sprinkle the crushed food on the Salmon Snak.

75. Joyous Cat Food Ingredients

1/2 C Milk

3 slices of meat,

2 veggies, or 4 crab sticks

1 Egg

1/2 C Flour


Mix all ingredients and use cookie cutter to cut into small shapes. Cook at 350 F,until golden brown

 76. Honey Casserole 

1 Can Tuna

1 t Honey

Cat's favorite food Additional toppings

77. Homemade Kitty Yum Yums

 1/2 C Dry cat food

1/4 C Warm water or milk

3 T Catnip

Put the cat food and milk in the bowl and mix well. Pour out any extra water. Sprinkle the catnip over the mixture and mix well. If you like you may bake in a 350 degree oven for 15 min.

78. Catnip Tea

2 T Catnip

1 C Water

Put the catnip in a bottle, pour in the water. Put the cap on the bottle,and shake until the catnip tea is green

79. Bland Diet for Finicky Felines

1 c Chicken, boiled or micro waved

1/4 c Fresh broccoli, steamed

1/4 c Shredded carrots, steamed Chicken broth

Mix ingredients with enough chicken broth to hold together. This same recipe can be used with fish (broil or microwave until it flakes.) You can also vary the recipe by adding rice or other vegetables

80. Yummy Cat Food 

3 cups raw or lightly cooked ground meat (beef, chicken, turkey, or lamb)

1 cup raw or slightly cooked organ meat (kidney, liver, heart, lung)

1 raw turkey neck, ground or finely chopped (be sure not to cook)

1 cup well-cooked grain (oats, rice, barley or cornmeal)ax seed oil

½ cup well cooked vegetable (broccoli, zucchini, carrots, squash or green beans)

1 raw egg 

1 teaspoon olive oil or flax seed oil

Mix all ingredients together, and then divide into individual portions.

The less you cook the ingredients, the more nutrional it will be for you cat. If you freeze the individual portions, they will keep for several weeks and you can defrost one a day. When thawing, try not to use the microwave or another cooking method, since this will reduce nutrient levels. Instead, let food thaw overnight in the refrigerator. To warm it, place the food in a plastic bags with zipper closure, then immerse the bag into hot (not boiling) water for 10 minutes.

The amount of food prepared with this recipe should last for about 5 days for a adult cat of normal size. Your cat may eat more or less at each meal; use common sense to decide on severing size. Because this mixture is slightly lower in calories than dry cat food, you will need to serve slightly more of it in comparison

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