Our cat Spoons has a birthday coming up, so naturally we baked him a cake. Fortunately, our feline companions will go crazy for this cake recipe, which is packed with protein and will leave them wanting more.
– 1 small egg, scrambled – 1 can cooked chicken breast in water – 1/4 cup green peas – 1/4 cup plain pumpkin puree
Separate one small egg into the dish. Blend the egg with a whisk or utensil until it is uniform in texture. Putting away.
The canned chicken breasts should be drained. Put the eggs and cooked poultry in the same bowl. If you like, you can add some green peas to the dish.
Divide the ingredients among the wells of a muffin tin using a 1/4-cup measuring spoon. Cats can't digest the oils and sprays used in cookery, so don't use them to grease the tin.
Prepare the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. When everything is prepared, place the muffin tin into the oven for eight minutes, or until the eggs are cooked through completely. Avoid using the microwave.
Because microwaves change the components of fat in food, cats should not consume any food that has been microwaved. Take the food out of the oven and put it aside to cool.
Pumpkin purée and extra green peas look cute on top of the cat cakes. Fill a piping bag with pumpkin puree or use a spoon or utensil to spread it. Accompany with your preferred feline snack.
Consumption of cat treats is best limited. While it's true that cats can eat things like tuna, giving them too much of it on a regular basis isn't ideal for their health.
The majority of a cat's food should consist of protein. Meat, eggs, and seafood should all be cooked thoroughly before being served.