Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats

Don’t worry you have not missed a day and woken up on Caturday, this is still the Friday food post but instead of human food it is food for our pets! I thought it was time to do this because we are all feeling the pinch, but we should not sacrifice those luxury kitty nibbles for the sake of a little time spent in the kitchen…


Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats


Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Cat Ice-cream Cat Treat

10 – Ice Cream
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I thought this image would be better for showing you what this really is. Made for both cats and dogs this is a home-made ice-cream that  will be a great summer treat to make for them.

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Cat Cookies Cat Treat

9 – Cookies
catfoodrecipeonline.blogspot.co.uk/2010/06/delicious-cat-cookie-recipes.html

Everyone loves cookies right?!? But I have to say that I have never seen a cat eat one, but that doesn’t mean that won’t love these ones specially made for them with catnip!

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Cat Crackers Cat Treat

8 – Cat Crackers
www.budgetsavvydiva.com/2013/04/homemade-cat-treats-recipe/

Made from tuna, cornmeal, flour and water there is not much to this recipe but it does make a very tasty and more importantly cost effective bunch of cat treats!

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Frozen Sea-Horse Shaped Cat Treats

7 – Sea-Horse Snacks
www.thewonderforest.com/2012/06/diy-frozen-pet-treats.html

They don’t really have to be Sea-Horse shaped obviously, but it helps make them look nice! Made with nothing more than water and tuna it is freezable, affordable and takes just seconds to make!

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Yummy nerd shaped kitty treats

6 – Nerd Cats
www.flickr.com/photos/betsyweber/5027997257/

Not only is the cool nerd shapes a winner, but the fact that they are made from tins of baby food is just the best! Affordable, easy to make thanks to the guide and fun shaped!

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Salmon Crunchies Cat Treats

5 – Salmon Crunchies
www.mywoodenspoon.net/2012/05/diy-salmon-crunchies-cat-treats.html

Made with pink salmon and smoked Kipper these really are the luxury of cat treats. And the fact that we can make them at home means they might save us a few quid as well and give our cats the foods they love even on a budget.

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Soft Ball Cat Treats

4 – Soft Balls
finecats.wordpress.com/2012/10/16/soft-cat-trea/

These are basically cheesy dough balls for cats! I don’t know about cats, but I like the sound and indeed look of these!

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Hunter Snacks

3 – Hunter Snacks
lovinglifefromscratch.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/four-leg-ed-hunter-snacks-homemade.html

These dried meat treats need a food Dehydrator to dry them out, but it is well worth it. If you ever have any left over meat from meals or scraps this could be the pet treat method you are looking for.

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Flaxseed Catnip Treats

2 – Flaxseed Catnip Treats
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These tasty looking treats are apparently safe for us humans to eat as well, but we would not appreciate the catnip aspect of them.

Top 10 Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats
Ripley Bites Homemade Cat Treats

1 –  Ripley Bites
www.amybites.com/?p=910

What I love about this one is that the cat in question “Ripley” didn’t quite get the idea of eating them after all the effort that was put into making them! But the good news is Ripley did get the idea in the end and appears to have loved them.

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  9. We actually do have a cat who likes cookies. I bake a lot, and if I bake something she likes, she will try to take a bite of it while we hold it. She is much more fond on crumbs.

  10. You post about cats and You know I will show up! Great stuff, Russell. By the way, humans can eat catnip, too. There is catnip tea that is made for humans. It has a relaxing effect.

  11. When I first got my cat – a little homeless tortoiseshell from London – I presented her with a plate of freshly cooked cod. She took one sniff, turned around and left with a disgusted look on her face. Apparently, she had been raised on scraps of spicy curry and pizza. She preferred human biscuits like “Nice” and Scottish shortbread…

  12. The biscuits do look tasty, but as you said must cats are too fussy and wont touch any of these.

  13. Reblogged this on Maria Thermann's Blog and commented:

    And as it is officially Caturday, here are some great recipes for those of you who have been on holiday and are desperate to get back in your cat’s good books. Isn’t this a great post from a kitty-loving blogger? Enjoy baking, moulding, shaping and catching the ingredients!

  14. My little fusspot would have loved some of these treats! No doubt she’s now enjoying the mouse in a cone treat in kitty heaven. Great post, thanks for sharing. As a human I admired the itsy-bitsy biscuits in a tin the most. Adorable, like food for faeries.

  15. The cat cookies…the teeny tiny cat cookies in an itty bitty tin caught my attention. With all the terrible things happening to our pets in the US from tainted food it is good to know there are recipes for cat lovers and they know exactly what their cat is eating. Good post.
    Leslie

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