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    Be sure to add your cat’s daily supplements to each meal in the quantities recommended for each on the packages. A good quality vitamin/mineral supplement. A bone meal supplement. This can be either nutritional grade bone meal, finely crushed eggshells or a calcium lactate supplement. 250 to 500 mg. of taurine per day. Many owners will also provide oat grass or wheat grass plants for their cats to chew on. (Check to make sure that the grass you select is not toxic to cats. Several are.) Preparation and cooking times are approximate.

    Recipe #395039

    My cat, Fee, is 22 years old(!), blind and has kidney disease, but his quality of life is still great thanks to daily subcutaneous fluids, a special diet, and daily supplements that lower his BUN and creatinine. For a change of pace from Fee's usual (costly) prescription diet, I occasionally make this for him. Diabetics need fiber and kidney kitties need to limit protein. The inclusion of brown rice addresses these issues. The ingredients as given are minced, but I drop everything into my Magic Bullet yielding the consistency of pate. You can freeze portions, too - handy! Time estimate includes the mixing of all ingredients, cooked and otherwise, and the final quick cook of the mixture that includes the eggs. <<<< UPDATE >>>> I just wanted to mention that Fee is 24 years old now, which is roughly 113 in human years!

    Recipe #401354

    This great recipe came from Charlotte McDonald of Greyhound Pets of America in the Orlando area. These wonderful people rescue retired racing Greyhounds. This is a healthy treat that my little dogs love as well.

    Recipe #133062

    From The Three Dog Bakery

    Recipe #118614

    For 10-Pound Cat I found this recipe in the Toronto Star. It was adapted from "Small Animal Clinical Nutrition." NOTE: Take care with calcium supplements such as bone meal or eggshell in animals with kidney or urinary tract problems. Opinions vary on whether or not to add grains to a feline diet. Likewise, opinions differ on vitamin and mineral requirements. Make sure your pet is getting adequate vitamins and minerals. NOTE: Always consult your veterinarian or pet nutrition specialist before changing your cat's diet.

    Recipe #221037

    This stuff is amazing. I wish I could remember who originally gave me the recipe. I used it often when training a new puppy right after puchasing new carpet. It even worked on non-pet related stains. And I used Dawn instead of Joy.

    Recipe #215637

    Tasty little nibbles for your sweet little kitty! Freeze in zip-top bags, or refrigerate in an airtight container for up to three days. Who knows, you may like this too! Adapted from Delicious Living magazine.

    Recipe #206088

    These little cat cookies are the perfect treat for your feline friend - easy and inexpensive to whip up, and probably much healthier and lower in salt than commercial pet treats. My kitty loves them! They are the purrrfect way to show your cat you love him/her this Christmas :)

    Recipe #200821

    This is a tried and true suet recipe that I found in Birds and Blooms Extra, contributed by Virginia Barnard. She explains that it works very well in Oklahoma's high summer temperatures. We live in Wisconsin, where it obviously isn't quite as hot, but it has held up here, even in direct sun. The squirrels like it too, but now that we're offering other food for them, a little ways away, they aren't bothering it as much as they were at first. The recipe is written for lard, but I used saved bacon grease and it has worked fine. The next time I make it, I'm going to experiment with less or none of the sugar, as it doesn't seem necessary. But, I guess maybe the birds could have a little sweet tooth, too! Note: yield is approximate. I doubled the batch last time I made it, and filled 2 quart ziplock containers after putting some in a feeder, so I'm not exactly sure how much I started out with.

    Recipe #321434

    Bunneh LOVES these! After he has his treat, he thanks me by licking a hole in my arm, or darned near! You could replace the carrot with apple or pear, but keep in mind these are treats, not a regular diet/food, and should be given sparingly. For a bunny, 1 tablespoon of fruit a day is the maximum you should give your furball. Timothy hay pellets are the best type of pellets, Zupreem the best brand. Recipe adapted from Brenda Plaxton's.

    Recipe #331244

    Here's a few fun toy ideas for your pet bunny(ies). My rabbits will spend hours playing with these. I got the idea when I decided that I needed a cheep (no more $8 plastic toys from the pet store!), fun toy for my pet rabbits. Please let me know what you think of these toys and post any suggestions that you have!

    Recipe #147267

    I combined a couple of favorite recipes to come up with this ground beef-based treat and my cats loved them. Sweet Pea skipped the cut up pieces and went straight for the balls. I managed to photograph her attacking them, then redirected her to the more appropriate-sized portion for delicate little girl kitties. ;)

    Recipe #330203

    This is such an easy recipe. I don't add any food color to this as I've heard it's not good for the little birds. Do not use honey or other types of sugar, the birds cannot digest them. Also if you have trouble with ants you can now get a little item that has ant repellent in it that doesn't harm the birds. I have one on my hummer feeder.

    Recipe #254206

    This is a super-yummy and natural treat for your pet! It's worth the time to make it. Keep in mind, that most indoor pets can't handle a large amount due to the protein. So, keep the treat sizes small, and use sparingly. You will not be disappointed and get ready for one happy pet!!

    Recipe #319733

    I found this popular recipe on numerous websites (except here, until now) and decided to make it for a new friend since I don't have a dog but had a hankering to make them. (I think that means I need to get a dog, no?) Anyway, they're so easy and I think if I were a dog, I'd love them. ;) The yield is a rough estimate based on the size of your biscuits.

    Recipe #316569

    3 Reviews |  By Peter J

    I saw a forum post about cat food recipes and just couldn't help myself... There are some mixed opinions about feeding cats cooked meat so it's probably best kept as a special treat rather than a regular meal.

    Recipe #168043

    33 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I thought I would post this recipe for Hummingbird Feeding Solution, because it took me a while to find it!

    Recipe #27310

    6 Reviews |  By *Pixie*

    A treat for your cat. If you'd rather you can add the catnip to the recipe instead of rolling the balls in it. They like it either way. You can also adjust the amount of catnip based on how much your cat likes cat nip (mine are pigs).

    Recipe #37737

    I intend to spoil my cats for as long as they’ll let me. (Enlightened self-interest, in this case. I love to watch them get “teatarded”) You can substitute chicken broth or chicken soup for the bouillon and water if you choose. Just to clarify... THIS IS FOR CATS.

    Recipe #204611

    A nice treat for kitty. Clearly mine are spoiled!

    Recipe #143858

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