Recipes for Homemade Cat Treats: A list of grain-free, appealing, and easy to make treats to be used in cat training (Paperback)
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Cats want real food not the kibble manufactured by pet food companies, transformed beyond recognition, drained of natural nutrients, and absolutely far from vegetables, fresh meat, and grain. If we as human are so dedicated to preparing healthy, homemade meals for ourselves in the comfort and safety of our own kitchens, should we not be doing the same for our cats?This book is a collection of more than twenty cat and treats and food recipes that will help you whip up a fresh, balanced meal for your hungry companions. Written by a veterinarian certified in food therapy and an advocate for pet food safety, these recipes are based on the National Research Council requirements for cats. Debunk the ideology that pet food companies are the only entities qualified to feed your pets. Make your own variety of temptation treats that will motivate your cat to learn new tricks.Following the recipes in this book will help you beat pet obesity, disease, and sickness, and also decrease those exorbitant pet food bills.Take control of what your cat is eating and serve it a variety of treats and real food that it deserves. You can be rest assured of a healthy, trainable cat.Tags: cat food, pet food, kitten treats, kitten cookbook, merrick, soft dog food, wild cat food, kitten kitchen, glutten free cat food, recipes, how to make cat treats, kitten feedi.
About the Author
Clinton is an experienced vet doctor who lives in Massachussets.