|A combination of meats, vegetables, eggs, and oil.|
| ||3 cups|| raw or lightly cooked ground meat (beef, chicken, turkey, or lamb)|
| ||1 cup||raw or slightly cooked organ meat (kidney, liver, heart, lung)|
| ||1||raw turkey neck, ground or finely chopped (be sure not to cook)|
| ||1 cup||well-cooked grain (oats, rice, barley or cornmeal)|
| ||½ cup||well cooked vegetable (broccoli, zucchini, carrots, squash or green beans)|
| ||1||raw egg|
| ||1 teaspoon ||olive oil or flax seed oil|
|Mix all ingredients together, and then divide into individual portions.
The less you cook the ingredients, the more nutrional it will be for you cat. If you freeze the individual portions, they will keep for several weeks and you can defrost one a day. When thawing, try not to use the microwave or another cooking method, since this will reduce nutrient levels. Instead, let food thaw overnight in the refrigerator. To warm it, place the food in a plastic bags with zipper closure, then immerse the bag into hot (not boiling) water for 10 minutes.
The amount of food prepared with this recipe should last for about 5 days for a adult cat of normal size. Your cat may eat more or less at each meal; use common sense to decide on severing size. Because this mixture is slightly lower in calories than dry cat food, you will need to serve slightly more of it in comparison.
These pet food recipes are submitted by other Simply Pets members for everyone to enjoy. SimplyPets makes no assurances to the nutritional value or safety of the recipes. If you are unsure if you should use a recipe listed here we recommend checking with your veterinarian.
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