kitty tuna biscuits

by Cassidee
(Catawba, NC)

Get 5 oz can of tuna and empty into a bowl, then add 1 cup of all purpose and self rising flour, an egg mixed with cinnamon a small amount of water. Add 1/4 cup of evaporated milk and a pack of instant oatmeal or bread crumbs. Mix it well, and put on to a pan and turn a small convention oven all the way up, or a regular oven on half. Then just wait till it is golden on top. If you wish, tear into smaller pieces.

My cat loves it!

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Jul 01, 2015
Homemade cat treats

Hi everyone,

I just want to add a quick note about the homemade cat treats. Normally, when we bake ours we only bake half of the dough - which can be refrigerated for about a week...the other half of the dough we freeze it.

Also, try to use the frozen dough within 30 days.

Hope your kitties will enjoy the treats.

Pawwave! (^-^)

Jun 29, 2015
days good?
by: queenbharland

Hello I have made, or in the process of making, these treats and I was wondering if I need to put them in the refrigerator how long can they stay in there or if I freeze them how long can they stay in there or can they be room temperature all the time?

Dec 25, 2014
dont know what to say?!.
by: Anonymous

Anyway, keep up the good work!. X.

Aug 14, 2013
by: Anonymous


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