Easy Cat Treat Recipe with Natural Supplements

Vet 101 is on hiatus while Dr. Rich Goldstein attends a veterinary conference and while Layla is on vacation.

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Odin wants yummy treats!
Our guest post today is by Melody McKinnon blogs about nutrition at AllNaturalPetCare.com She holds numerous certifications revolving around nutrition, biochemistry, general sciences, business administration, marketing, design, and writing. She also blogs for Petfood Industry Magazine. Her cat treat recipe sounds scrumptious enough for humans. We know what we’ll be serving at Odin’s birthday party!

Easy Homemade Cat Treat Recipe with Natural Supplements
1/2 pound ground turkey
1 sardine, unseasoned, packed in water
1 egg
1 tsp powdered seaweed
1/2 tsp catnip
1/2 tsp Calcium Montmorillonite Clay
Beat egg.  Add dry ingredients to the beaten egg and blend.
In another bowl, mix turkey with pureed or finely chopped sardine.
Add the egg mixture to the turkey mixture and blend very well.
Roll into small balls and bake at 350F until browned, or serve raw.
Serve 1 treat/day.
Freezes well in an airtight container.
About the Natural Supplements
Seaweed contains more bio-available vitamins and minerals than any other class of food, and it is a natural source of Taurine (an essential amino acid for cats).  It also provides electrolytes and boasts anti-microbial properties.  Cats are better able to utilize the nutrients in seaweed because it’s low in carbohydrates and doesn’t present the binding and anti-nutrient issues of terrestrial vegetation.
Calcium Montmorillonite Clay is sought out instinctively by virtually all animals in the wild.  It offers a host of minerals, aids digestion, detoxifies and possesses anti-microbial properties.  It’s critical that Calcium Montmorillonite Clay be edible grade, certified pure, and stored properly.
My entire family, from people to pets, consumes both Seaweed and Calcium Montmorillonite clay on a regular basis… but don’t tell my teenager it’s in his spaghetti.  😉
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  4. Seems to me I read, on the UC Davis nutritional site or maybe it was Patricia Remillard, that kelp is not advisable because some cats are allergic. Can you shed light? I do know my cats love nori . . . .

  5. Kathy Thompson says:

    Purrrrrrrrrrrr very interesting……
    Thanks for a great sounding recipe!
    Purrs and kisses Skeeter and Izzy >^”^< (our begging for treats look)

  6. Love Sparkle’s comment. That does sound like a great recipe. We just might have to try that. We are going to copy the recipe so we can get the ingredients. Thanks.

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