What better way to show the love than with some sealed-with-a-heart tuna fish treats? It doesn’t need to be Valentine's Day to whip up a batch of these snacks that will last up to 10 days in the fridge.
Smooth and creamy peanut butter makes these soft, chewy treats a nice alternative to crunchy snacks. The cookies can be frozen and transferred to the refrigerator as needed. Be sure and do a little taste test first to make sure your pet likes peanut butter.
All pets should celebrate their special day. Cats don't have the ability to taste sweets, so a conventional cake won't do. But trust us, this fish-flavored treat will seem like the finest chocolate cake to your pet! P.S. This recipe doesn't have to be saved only for birthdays.
With summer just around the corner, your cat will stay nice and cool with these "kitty popsicles." They'll keep in the freezer for up to six months, so make a big batch to get Fluffy through the season.
Here's another refreshing warm-weather treat that includes only one ingredient. Goat milk is easily digestible, but if your cat's stomach is on the sensitive side, use a milk that's formulated specifically for felines. Do NOT use cow milk, which frequently causes gastrointestinal discomfort in cats.