Homemade delicious Salad Recipe for Cats

A unique and delicious dish for your four-legged friend. Let’s see together how to prepare a homemade cat salad.

When adopting a feline, it is necessary to know that nutrition is one of the most important factors to make our four-legged friend live healthy and happy.

It is necessary to keep this factor in mind especially when deciding to feed your feline with homemade foods, as it is advisable to know which foods cat can eat and which are the foods that can cause damage to our four-legged friend.

Below we will see a delicious salad recipe for cats made up of ingredients that certainly do not harm the health of the feline.

Homemade cat salad: a delicious recipe

Anyone who shares their life with a feline is aware of the fact that the latter’s diet is mainly composed of animal proteins, as the cat is a carnivorous animal.

However, there are some vegetables and herbs that we can offer our four-legged friend, always in moderation. Today we will offer you the recipe of the salad for cats, but without salad.

In fact, this recipe is made up of vegetables and herbs that are beneficial for our beloved feline, such as:

  • Zucchini: beneficial for the cat’s digestion, as it is a low-calorie and water-rich food;
  • Alfalfa: useful for water retention, gastrointestinal disorders and kidney failure in the cat;
  • Carrots: excellent for the health of the eyes and sight of the cat, thanks to the beta- carotene present in them.

His favorite herb, namely catnip, could not be missing in the salad for the cat. But let’s see below what the quantities of the ingredients are, and how to proceed for the preparation of the homemade salad for cat.


  • 1 courgette
  • 1 small carrot or 1/2 large carrot
  • 1/2 cup ground alfalfa sprouts
  • Fish or chicken broth to taste
  • A teaspoon of catnip


To make the salad for our four-legged friend, it is advisable to cook both the courgette and the carrot for a few minutes. Then you have to chop these two vegetables and place them in a container.

Add the chopped alfalfa sprouts and the fish or chicken broth in the right quantity to the carrot and courgette to mix everything. Then let it cool down.

Once the mixture has cooled, sprinkle the dish with fresh or dried catnip. The salad for your furry friend is ready. You can keep this dish in a hermetically sealed container, putting it in the fridge for no more than 3 days.

Before adding any new food to your feline’s dish, it is always necessary to consult a veterinarian.

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