Purrrfect Tasty Cat Chow

Introduction: Purrrfect Tasty Cat Chow

This tasty homemade cat food will keep your kitty full and happy. This one recipe lasts up to a month of cat food depending how much your cat eats.

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Step 1: Ingredients

1/3 zucchini squash
1/3 celery stalk
1 pound of chicken thighs and legs
1/2 carrot or three baby carrots
1/4 cup of quinoa
1 cup of water

Step 2: Instructions

1. Wash all veggies and cut into 2 inch pieces

2. Place all ingredients in stock pot. Be sure to put the quinoa on the bottom so it is covered in water.

3. Cook on medium-low heat until chicken is cooked thoroughly and quinoa is soft and springy.

4. Uncover, let cool, and place ingredients in Vitamix blender (If chicken has bones, you need a Vitamix. If not, you may use a different one bit the consistency may not be as smooth.)

5. Let kitty try a sample!

Step 3: Storage

Refrigerate quantity your kitty will eat in a week and freeze the rest.
Lasts about 1 month for an average sized cat.

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    4 Discussions

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    Treasure Tabby
    Treasure Tabby

    6 weeks ago

    Nice kitty food but my kitty does not like chicken. I wonder if it would work with sea-foods?
    Also for some reason I always picture Silvester the cat from Looney-tunes eating TweetyBird's seeds when I see you recommend quinoa/millet as one of the ingredients. LOL :D

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    bowzertyuiX
    bowzertyuiX

    6 weeks ago

    You cat is adorable! 😍

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    kode1303
    kode1303

    6 weeks ago

    May I - respectfully - ask what the pupose is for all those vegetables?

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    Anidaniel
    Anidaniel

    Reply 6 weeks ago

    You ask an excellent question. The original quantities were off a little bit, I have corrected them. The recipe was modified from my larger batch recipe. If you look up any high-quality homemade cat or dog food they usually include veggies. My cat has eaten this food for over 10 years and is almost 21 years old.