This cat food recipe is both versatile and healthy. I recommend using this cat food recipe at least a few times a month to help keep your cats healthy and happy. Always remember to talk with your veterinarian before drastically changing your cat's diets as a sudden change can have detrimental effects. To prepare this meal you will need:
1 cup cooked liver, puréed
½ cup milk powder
½ cup wheat germ
1 tsp. honey
Then take the ingredients and preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a mixing bowl combine milk and wheat germ and honey.
Mix in the blended liver and stir until everything is well mixed. Form the mixture into balls; place them on an oiled cookie sheet and flatten them with a fork. Bake 8 to 10 minutes. Cats cannot convert beta carotene (found in green vegetables) to vitamin A as can dogs
and people, so you must be sure that other sources of fully formed vitamin A (found in animal tissues) are provided in the diet to prevent a deficiency that can result in skin, eye, and reproductive changes. On the other hand, hyper-vitaminosis A (too much vitamin A) is far more likely to be a problem. This condition is typically seen in cats whose diets have been over supplemented with, for example, cod-liver oil, and those that have been fed excessive amounts of liver that is highly palatable to cats and may result in an apparent 'addiction'. Feed an average-sized adult cat no more than 1 ounce (30 g) of beef liver twice weekly. You can also ask your vet about other available cat vitamin supplements that you can either give to your cat in tablet form or powdered form. If you use powder you can put it in your cats food