Super Salmon Smashers

December 13th, 2010


Ingredients

1/2 Ready smoken salmon (if your cat is big/hungry you can do more)
Milk or cat milk
Ham
Ready sliced cheese

Directions

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!

Tuna Treats

October 14th, 2010


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.

Tuna Pops

October 8th, 2010


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 tuna-pop water.

Tuna Patties

September 29th, 2010


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.

Su-Purr Salmon Pate

September 23rd, 2010


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.

Special Dinner

September 17th, 2010


(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.

Sauteed Liver

September 11th, 2010


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.

Sardine Supreme Treats

September 5th, 2010


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.

Sardine Heaven

August 21st, 2010


1 can sardines in oil
2/3 cup of rice (cooked)
liver
parsley and/or turmeric

Add all ingredients together. You may wish to cook the ingredients, depending on whether your cats like fresh meat or cooked meat. Store unused portion in fridge.

Pregnant Cat Diet

August 15th, 2010


1 cup of Corn flour or Polenta cook with water to give 4 cups (Couscous, oats or millet can be used in stead)
2 eggs
4 cups minced turkey (chicken, heart or lean beef/lamb or rabbit)
4 tablespoons of Supplement Powder (see above)
1-1/2 teaspoons of bonemeal
2 tablespoons of vegetable oil,
5,000 i.u. of vitamin A
100 i.u. vitamin E
Raw vegetables: 1 teaspoon with each meal.
59. SALMON MOUSE MOUSSE
4 oz cooked salmon, skin and bones removed
1/2 cup skimmed milk
1 tbl margarine, softened or low fat spread, creamed
1 drop red food coloring
several cooked, shelled shrimp
up to 1/2 cup prepared gelatin

Mash the cooked salmon and gradually add the milk; alternatively put the cooked salmon and the milk in a blender or food processor and process until creamy. Stir in the margarine or low-fat spread, add the food coloring, and beat vigorously until stiff. Put in a glass bowl or a mold so that the mixture fills it by three-quarters. Chill for 20 minutes, then decorated with the cooked shrimp, and pour on just enough heated gelatin to cover them. Once this layer has set, add further gelatin to taste and leave for an hour in a cool place or the fridge. To serve, turn the mousse out onto a plate and divide into portions.