Not only do pumpkins and cats look purrfect together, but good news, pumpkin is safe for cats to eat. There are important guidelines to follow though, so be sure to do plenty of reading or discuss options with your vet.
Homemade Pumpkin Cat Treat Ideas
To make this unique cat treat, you’ll need:
tuna, eggs, carrot, canned pumpkin, oat flour, and olive oil. Dried catnap is optional.
You’ll need to gather the following ingredients to make these pumpkin balls:
water, canned pumpkin or sweet potato tip, molasses, baking soda, baking powder, dried cranberries, carob chips, olive oil, and brown sugar.
The prep time is 20 minutes and cook time is 25 minutes. That prep time would take a lot longer for me because I have never heard of some of these ingredients. But, it’s like that when I look at most recipes. I find myself wondering what type of stores do people shop at in order to buy such precise food items?
Chicken, pumpkin, and water are the 3 main ingredients needed for Push Pop Pumpkin Cat Treats
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