Keep your baked cat treats stored in a kitchen drawer or cabinet
These worked very well! I added some fish stock aswell as tuna (no catnip though) and my cats loved them! But they were a bit on the big side and were soft centred so the cats found it hard to eat a whole one but quartered and then baked for another 7 mins sorted out the problem! Since they were so successful I made another batch of chicken ones, substituting the fish stock with a chicken one and aswell as off cuts of chicken in the mixture I cubed the pieces and left a chunk in the middle of each cookie! They looked great but I used freezerbags to store so not quite as cute as your jars^^ thanks!
The Internet is filled with recipes for homemade dog treats—all kinds of things like frozen yogurt fruit pops, biscuits made from peanut butter or pumpkin, and baked sweet potato chips. Dogs are easy to make treats for because they are omnivores and can eat a wide variety of foods. Cats, on the other hand, are true carnivores and have very specific dietary requirements. But it is possible to make homemade cat treats that are both tasty and nutritious. Here are a few favorite recipes:
Alcohol is probably a pretty obvious one but some of the other items on this list might need a little more explanation. Candy, gum, toothpaste and many baked goods can all be lumped together because they are dangerous to your cat for the same reason – xylitol. Xylitol is an artificial sweetener found in the items I just mentioned. This additive increases the amount of insulin circulating through your cat’s body and could lead to lethargy, loss of coordination (a pretty big deal for a cat), seizures, vomiting and even liver failure. Chocolate is also serious, leading to abnormal heart rate, seizures, tremors and possibly even death. Caffeine can be fatal for humans in high enough quantities so it stands to reason that it can also be fatal for cats. Keep an eye on your coffee cup. My Mookie loves to try to sneak sips and while a small quantity won’t cause any significant damage, larger quantities certainly will. Cat Lady Note: Unlike baked homemade cat treats, this gravy can be made as thick or thin as you or your cat prefer. My Spooky likes his gravy very thin, and so I don’t cook mine as long. You can freeze it in ice cube trays and store the cubes in plastic zippy bags. This gravy can be used for a variety of purposes, including getting a sick, elderly or finicky cat to eat, adding to dry kibble, feeding it alone as a snack or served over other meat. The smell is strong enough to hide most supplements or liquid medications, too! If you like you may substitute any lean meat of your choice, just cook it thoroughly and make sure it is ground fine enough for gravy.
According to Animal Planet, cats do not derive much in the way of nutrition from vegetables, but they do like them. If you notice that your cat is making a point to hang out near the house plants and even attempt to chomp on them, perhaps a treat of baked broccoli and carrots will do the trick as a nice treat. All you have to do is bake them. You need not even add any spices or flavoring to it. It’s like the easiest cat treat you’ll ever make.Caru Soft ’n Tasty Baked Bites tuna and pheasant dog treats and tuna cat treats are new flavors in Caru’s existing line of pet treats. The treats are made from non-GMO ingredients with meat as the first ingredient.