Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats

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Are you looking for the best recipe treats for your cat? *silence* Hello? *another long silence* Am I talking to myself here? *cries* Hey! What's the matter? *silence* My hamsters. *cries loudly* Oh. Ok. I get it. I understand. Let me hug you. *hugs* *silence* So, I see you have a cat, and a hamster... once. Don't worry. We'll not talk about the tragic plight of your sweet hamsters. Do you want the best treats for your cat? Yes! Yes! Please! I want to know! I want the best for my cat too! *cries again* Calm down, little one. Because I appreciate your great love for your pets, I am going to share to you some of the top 10 best treats for your cat. *winks*

There is salmon crunchies for cats. Yes, you heard that right. Salmon crunchies are considered the luxury of cat treats. This treat is made with pink salmon and smoked Kipper. What's kipper? It's a whole herring, small, oily fish. Anyway, this cat treats recipe can be cooked at home and is budget-friendly. Another cat treat is the cat cookies. *silence* Believe me. There are cat cookies. Cookies. For cats. They can come in different designs and sizes, depends on you... and your cat, of course. *winks* Just like the salmon crunchies, you can have homemade cat cookies. The last treat we have for our precious cats is the frozen sea-horse shaped cat treats. This treat is made of water and tuna. This is so affordable, and it takes only a few minutes to make.

Since we are talking about cat treats here, I'll give you some treat tips for a healthy cat. First, you should remember moderation. Like people, cats can develop a taste for treats, and they may decide to avoid their own food in favor of the goodies they love. For this reason, keep cat treats novel by offering them no more than two or three times a week, says Susan G. Wynn, DVM, CVA, a veterinary nutritionist in Georgia, as quoted in WebMD's website. You should also give cat treats for fun and fitness. Using cat treats will help your cat exercise its brain and body. Lastly, you should try making your own cat treats. By cooking up small bits of liver, fish, or eggs for your cat, you'll know exactly what's in the treats she's eating. You can even make organic cat treats for kitty by buying meat, fish, and eggs that are certified organic. But remember, these treats should make up only a small part of your cat's overall diet.

Now you know a lot of treats for your cat. I love my cat. I'm going to try all of those and follow the tips! Great! For the cat treats recipe, you can click The Very Best Top Ten's website below. Have fun with your cat!

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