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May 9, 2013 at 8:00 AMComments: 0 Faves: 0

Simple Homemade Cat Treats Your Kitty's Going to Love

By Erin Froehlich More Blogs by This AuthorFrom the Feline 101 Blog Series

Today, as cat owners are becoming better educated on pet food industry practices, more and more are looking for a natural alternative. In a previous blog, I outlined a fairly comprehensive list of safe 'people foods' our cats can eat, but for myself, as someone that loves to cook, I wanted to take things a step further. I want to treat my kitties to some homemade goodness!

I've been scouring the web looking for a good place to start and let  me tell you, below are the absolute best, highest rated cat treat offerings the internet has to offer!

While, I would like to remind readers that the following recipes are not meant to replace your cat's normal, balanced diet, they are perfectly safe, nutritious, natural snacks your kitties will love.

Modern Cat: Organic Chicken Cat Treats

Whole  Wheat Flour :: Non-Fat Powdered Milk :: Organic Chicken :: Vegetable Oil :: Egg :: Water :: Catnip

organic homemade cat treats

Get The Recipe HERE

Modern Cat: Frozen Tuna Treats

Tuna :: Water

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Design Sponge: Joy the Baker’s Crunchy Tuna Cat Treats

Tuna :: Oat Flour :: Egg :: Olive Oil :: Catnip

cat treats

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Joy The Baker: Chewy Cat Treats

Egg :: Chicken and Brown Rice Baby Food :: Parsley :: Olive Oil :: Water :: Rice Flour :: Rice

cat treats

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The Spiffy Cookie: Cheesy Cat Treats

Cheddar Cheese :: Whole Wheat Flour :: Yogurt :: Cornmeal :: Parmesan :: Water

Get The Recipe HERE

The G Spot Revolution: Flaxseed Catnip Treats

Brown Rice Flour :: Non Fat Powdered Milk :: Flaxseed Meal :: Egg :: Vegetable Oil :: Goat’s Milk :: Catnip

Get The Recipe HERE

Fully inspired?! Might I recommend...

Bulk Prep: Making a large batch and storing them in a nice glass mason jar.

Experimentation: Keeping in mind the list of no-no and safe foods, you can easily tweak your favorite cat treat recipes by swapping in or adding new meats, fish, cheeses, grains, fruits, and veggies to the mix.

Gifting: These would all make great gifts for a cat lover - especially in decorated jars like the ones Joy the Baker made! You could even make an assortment in different jars and toss in some cute cat toys for an adorable kitty gift basket.

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People Foods Your Cats Shouldn't Eat

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Safe, Healthy People Foods Your Cat Can Eat

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SOURCES

Modern Cat: Organic Chicken Cat Treats

Modern Cat: Frozen Tuna Treats

Design Sponge: Joy the Baker's Crunchy Tuna Cat Treats

Joy the Baker: Chewy Cat Treats

The Spiffy Cookie: Cheesy Cat Treats

The G Spot Revolution: Flaxseed Catnip Treats

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