Christmas recipes to make your cat happy.
Christmas is near and preparations are going crazy. Begin the race to the Christmas decorations and to the choice of the Christmas tree that you should be ready to preserve from your cat’s curiosity.
Once the house has been properly decorated, you can start thinking about the Christmas lunch. On the web you can find many interesting ideas and recipes for the whole family. And when it comes to family, you can’t help but think of him, our beloved domestic cat.
If you want to reward him this year for all his love, here are two really tasty recipes that are sure to make him happy this Christmas.
Preparing homemade cat food can be a real treat for your pet, especially when you use premium ingredients like fish, chicken and beef. The best part is that you don’t need to be a gourmet chef to create special meals. All you need is about half an hour of your time and some basic ingredients commonly found in most kitchens.
SALMON ROLL FOR CATS
1 slice of natural salmon carpaccio
1 pack of Expecial You Fruit Gatto Tuna with Papaya 70g
1 lettuce leaf
1 blade of catnip
Blend the contents of the can of tuna with Papaya until it becomes a creamy mousse.
Prepare the dish. Place the salad on the bottom, spread part of the tuna and papaya mousse on the salmon and wrap everything to give it the shape of the roll. Finally, use the crunchy and catnip to decorate the roll.
Serve at room temperature.
If you’ve never made a homemade meal for your cat, this is a great recipe to start.
cat food mackerel
1 cup canned mackerel
1 tablespoon sunflower oil
1 tablespoon organic brown rice, cooked
1 or 2 tablespoons chicken or beef broth or water
Combine all the ingredients in a food processor.
Pulse until mixing.
Serve immediately and keep leftovers for up to three days.
Sardine cat food recipe
Cats love the smell of sardines, but they like the flavor even more. Don’t count on leftovers when serving this dinner!
1 can of sardines in oil
2 tablespoons of cooked carrot puree Cooked
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Put the mixture in a mold and let it cook in the fridge for half an hour. Serve on a plate and serve at room temperature.
Store leftovers in the refrigerator for up to three days.