Don't throw out that tuna water... use it AS part of the cooking water... keep that flavor. Do remember that in the past cats ate mice, rodants... not so much of veggies and carbs. I found with my bowl problem cat that fiber plugged him up terribly.... from stem to stern.
I try this for my cat. and he would not eat it. I put a little bit in his mouth and he still didn"t like it. the only homemade cat food he would it is chicken,rice and carrot. I was hoping for a second recipes. thank anyway.
my micky loves this stuff thanks
Our cat is really old, and he's very picky. But now, he's sleeker and fitter than ever!
Canned tuna is filled with nitrates and should never be fed to animals. Felines do not have the enzymes to break down any type of vegetable either. They should only be fed meat protein and appropriate vitamins and minerals. Commercial pet food is killing them slowly and especially dry kibble. Try this web site if you really want to feed your feline an appropriate healthy diet. http://www.catinfo.org/?link=makingcatfood
I have seen a number of petfood recipes and this has got to the most practical one I have seen. I have got to give this one a try. Thanks
To Toxboxorphan: Rice is not a grain.
Please don't feed this to your cat. It sounds good, but it's not nutritionally appropriate. Cats have no need for grain. In fact, it's actually quite unhealthy for them. If you're going to take that extra step to prepare food for your cat, at least make it better for them than the commercial alternatives.