Making your own cat food puts you in charge of what ingredients go into the food, therefore putting you in total control of what your cat eats. Homemade organic cat food offers your cats plenty of health benefits, such as prevention of disease due to nutritional deficiency, a balanced diet free of chemical and synthetic ingredients, and possibly a longer life for your cat. When properly prepared, homemade cat food is one way to boost your cat's overall health.
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Things you need
- 113gr canned organic chicken
- 1 hard-boiled organic egg (chopped)
- 1 fish oil capsule
- 1/8 cup pur�ed organic carrots
- Feline multivitamin supplement
- Measuring cup
- Spoon or other stirring utensil
- Mixing bowl
- Lidded storage container
Place the canned organic chicken and hard-boiled egg into the mixing bowl.
Add the pur�ed organic carrots to the mixing bowl.
Carefully empty the contents of the fish oil capsule into the mixing bowl.
Crush the feline multivitamin supplement tablet and add this to the mixing bowl.
Combine the ingredients by carefully stirring, then store in a lidded storage container. The finished cat food makes 2 servings. Keep unused portions refrigerated.
Tips and warnings
- Instead of pur�eing your own organic carrots, organic carrot baby food may be substituted. If your cat does not like carrots, you may substitute pur�ed organic green beans, squash, peas or even apples.
- To add the fish oil capsule to the mixture, snip off the end of the capsule with scissors, then squeeze the oil into the mixing bowl.
- Never feed your cat grapes, raisins, chocolate or onions, as they are toxic to cats. Consult your veterinarian before switching to a homemade cat food diet to be sure you fully meet your cat's nutritional needs.
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