Tuna 'n Egg Casserole for Cats

Total Time
8mins
Prep 8 mins
Cook 0 mins

Quick & easy (and cheap!) homemade cat food. Use organics to eliminate unnatural chemicals & additives that regular cat food has in it.

Directions

  1. If desired, cook brown rice according to package instructions. (Do not substitute white rice as it does not have same nutritional values!).
  2. In skillet, scramble egg (use two if you've got a larger cat).
  3. Pour tuna & oil into skillet and mix well. Add brown rice if desired.
  4. Serve warm!

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Please, please, please do NOT feed tuna to cats!!! The high levels of mercury and now radiation can be fatal! If in doubt google this yourself and see that tuna is a BAD food for cats. The oil is even worse! Again check this out. According to my vet, cats are completely unable to digest brown rice. I discovered this when after feeding a "heathy" food to my cats, they all began to lose weight and have other less pleasant digestive probs. Switching the food ended the problem right away. Also unless a premix of vitamins specifically for cats is used, cats can rapidly develop vitamin deficiency and that can lead to organ failure and blindness. <br/>Please! Take this down - and others like it, it is dangerous to feed home made food in any quantity without the proper ratio of vitamins and nutrients.

Valarie S. March 11, 2014

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