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1 carrot, cooked
Dash of milk to bind (or Catmilk)
1 egg, scrambled
1 multi-purpose feline vitamin, ground fine
Clean and peel one medium carrot, cutting off root end and tip. In a small cooking pot, boil the carrot until soft. Allow to cool, and then cut carrot into small pieces. Place a handful of dry cat food into a bowl, add milk, scrambled egg and crushed vitamin. Mix well. Add cooked and chopped carrot, and then serve. Store unused portions in a covered container in the refrigerator.
Note: If your cat is lactose-intolerant, substitute milk with Whiskas-brand Catmilk.
Recommended: Add multi-purpose feline vitamins in the preparation of this dish to provide optimum nutrition for your cat (s). Use a mortar and pestle to crush the vitamins into a fine powder, and then mix well with the other ingredients.
*Disclaimer: The recipe on this page can be prepared as an occasional treat for cats, but is not meant to replace their daily diets or to address their essential nutritional needs. Use and preparation of the recipe on this page is done so at the behest of the pet owner.
Related link from Food Fare:
Furry Friends Cookbook
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