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Fig's Tuna Cat Treats

Dogs usually get all of the good stuff when it comes to toys and treats. Let's face it, cats are finicky and prefer to lie around dictating their needs. We love their independence!

Fig is super finicky about her food and it's hard to find treats she enjoys. It took a few tries but I finally made something she likes.

Use a small cookie cutter when baking and break up the treat when feeding. Cats like smaller bites.

I use oat flour in my pet recipes. Oats are a grain least likely to cause allergies. You can make your own oat flour by purchasing organic oats and blending them 1 cup at a time until they reach desired constancy.

I store my treats in the freezer and pull a few at a time. Cats can get bored with the same flavors, plus with tuna as an ingredient, it's good to keep them as fresh as possible. The treats will keep for up to 3 months frozen.

Make sure the treat is room temperature before feeding. Cold food is not good for a cats digestion.


Please let me know how it turned out! Leave a comment on Instagram and tag with @morganskitchn and #morganskitchn.

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