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Very easy... I also used the food processor after reading KittyZ's comment. Much meowing ensued as I mixed the dough, so I had to let my cat lick my fingers after I rolled up the dough into the little treats.. and my dog helped too. My cat just didn't understand why they had to go in the oven, when they tasted perfectly fine unbaked. ;) Thanks!

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912811 September 01, 2008

this was great! i made them for my cat loving friend for xmas. unfortunately i didnt have any fresh herbs and am on a time constraint so i used dried herbs which seemed too be fine. thanks this is awesome! :)

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janngregory2005 December 26, 2009

These were fun to make. My cats were really excited about the treat while I was making the dough but once the treats were done they wouldn't eat them. I tried breaking up the treats thinking maybe if they were smaller they would eat them but they wouldn't. This is the third home-made cat treat I've tried to make for them and they wouldn't eat any of the others either... my kitties are too picky!

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Queen Dana April 06, 2009

Ha ha this was such a sweet one to make for PAC Spring 2008!! Very quick and easy, using Demis' favourite thing...Tuna! I followed the recipe exactly, using the rye flour, (bought to make zoetropes excellent "Delicious German Rye Bread"), they took me five minutes to put together and then the recommended cooking and cooling time. Demi was taken aback by this new treat but fell on it voraciously! she gets one as a reward for taking her vitamin pill! She is 16, so I did hope that they wouldn't be too crunchy for her, but she seemed to manage perfectly well. I also offered one to my elderly German Shepherd, who also loved them:D thanks, zoetrope!

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Karen Elizabeth April 07, 2008

I made these and my cats(7) really didn't like them. One or two of them did but for me it is not worth making them for just that. Tuna is getting to be a little high.

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LRMyers1968 January 28, 2008

Wow! I just made these for my cats and they absolutely adore them!!! They are eating them at this very moment. Thankyou so much for a great recipe I can make my furry friends for a treat. Di :)

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dizzydi January 27, 2008

happy cats at my house. I made jars of cat treats for Christmas gifts for all the relatives who own cats. Can't wait to hear their cats response.

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MissRed1970 December 23, 2007

This was actually pretty difficult to make, because my cat wouldn't leave me alone - I had to lock him in the bedroom! :) Really though, it whipped up in seconds in my food processor. I couldn't find any wholemeal flour, so I used cornflour which seemed to work out fine. Even though the treats don't rise, they got nice and crunchy in the oven (I tried one!). The cat thought they were fantastic and has been hovering around all night trying to get more. Thanks!

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Kitty Z June 07, 2007

Cats or dogs would not touch them.

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Kim~In~Canada May 19, 2013

Cat wouldn't touch them but the dog thought they were edible if I hand fed them to her.

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SRF68 August 25, 2010
Crunchy Tuna Cat Treats