Here’s how to make homemade cat treats

Yesterday’s post provided all of you with some information pertaining to how to go about composing some homemade dog treats, so it really is only fair that today’s post provides you with that same information, only this time, in the context of cats.

I’m not someone who believes that people are either cat or dog people. I happen to be both a cat person and a dog person simultaneously, therefore I deem it only appropriate to give others this same benefit of the doubt. I am not about to choose between two exquisite species.

Without further ado, this cat treat recipe comes from

“Step 1

Heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray.

Step 3

Place the tuna in a bowl and flake the chunks apart before mashing them well with a fork.

Step 4

Add the flour to the tuna and continue to mash and mix with the fork.

Step 5

Pour the milk over the flour-tuna mixture, then add in the oil and the egg. Stir together with the fork until the ingredients are thoroughly mixed together.

Step 6

Scoop out a portion of dough with a teaspoon and then divide each portion in two before rolling them into balls.

Step 7

Place tuna dough balls onto the prepared cookie sheet.

Step 8

Put the cookie sheet into the preheated oven. Bake for 10 minutes before removing from the oven,” the recipe explains.

I realize there are no specific measurements provided for the ingredients used in this concoction, and I wasn’t able to find any on the web page the recipe comes from. I’m thinking perhaps this is a recipe in which you can eyeball ingredients and sort of figure how much is required as you go, or, at least, I’m hoping.

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