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Cat gravy recipe?

Posted by wertach (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 28, 11 at 17:00

My spoiled rotten girl only licks the gravy off of the wet food. She eats a lot dry food and drinks plenty of water. The gravy she likes best is 9 Lives beef.

My outside Tom won't eat her leftovers anymore, he is getting spoiled too. Any homemade recipes?

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RE: Cat gravy recipe?

Years ago I gave my dogs a treat by pouring broths or juice from cooked meats over their dry food. I think it would absorb and the animals would eat their food that way.

RE: Cat gravy recipe?

Be careful with human foods - things like onions, garlic and tomatoes can harm cats. Straight broth from meat might be OK but some store-bought broth may have other foods in it.

RE: Cat gravy recipe?

They'll also have a ton of salt for a pet.

Our cats do that, but we've found that it's not as bad with pate rather than the chunks in gravy, but you can smoosh the chunks in a little water and they'll eat that.

RE: Cat gravy recipe?

She doesn't like people food, won't touch it. I was thinking of something like when I cook a roast, cut off a portion and cook it separately without salt, but maybe some other type of seasoning.

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