Christmas can be toxic to a cat
We can forget in our good will Christmas cheer that a lot of the foods we love and enjoy over the festive season is deadly stuff for our cat. Safest option is just remember that whatever we eat is human food so don't give it to the cat. By all means give them special treats but only the ones designed for a carnivore, your cat. Some special cuts of fresh chicken, fresh fish or even home made cat treats baked in the oven will tempt and treat your feline friend. Here is an interesting article to guide you about the don't of feeding your feline friend those Christmas temptations.http://andmycat.com/2013/12/toxic-temptations-foods-your-cat-should-never-eat.html
Here is an easy home made recipe to treat your cat.
Chicken treats for Cats
Take 1 lb. of fresh organic free-range boneless chicken breast and freeze until firm but not frozen (about two hours). This makes the chicken easier to cut.
Preheat oven to 200°F is equal to 93.33°C
Oil a large cookie sheet
With a large, sharp chef’s knife slice thin. Then cut into smaller pieces about 1 inch square
Place chicken pieces on baking sheet
Sprinkle with sea salt (about half a tsp.)
Bake for 2 hours or until crispy
Once cool, transfer to an airtight storage container.
The treats can be broken into smaller pieces if desired. These treats are healthy but not a meal replacement. Limit treats to a couple a day. While the treats are cooling, the smell will be irresistible so keep your kitties away.
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