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Treats For Cats

Find a recipe for treats for cats here. This cat treat recipe is for sardine and tomato cat treats. These basic cat treats are made by the Pawfectly Natural Pet Bakery and are made with plain flour. Then you can add tuna, salmon or sardines. Dogs enjoy eating them as well. The flour is mixed up with margarine and stock or dairy free milk. It becomes like breadcrumbs. When the stock is added, it takes on the consistency of dough.

Sardine And Tomato Cat Treats

Treats for cats


  • 250 g flour
  • 50 g margarine (or dairy free spread or equivalent oil)
  • Tinned sardines (or other tinned fish)
  • Tomato paste
  • Water or stock


  • Preheat oven to 200 degrees C.
  • Mix until fine like breadcrumbs.
  • Add tinned sardines and tomato paste.
  • Mix in water or stock.
  • Roll out and cut into shapes or small pieces.
  • Brush the top with watered down tomato paste before baking to make them look more exciting.
  • Place on a baking sheet and bake until they puff up and brown slightly.

The secret to Pawfectly Natural's treats are the real pieces of beef, fish, liver and other fresh ingredients. Animals have a heightened sense of smell and when they smell these treats, they know they are about to get something really good! Somehow animals know the difference between regular food and treats for cats or dogs. And when the treats are homemade, they can sniff those out as well. Make your own cat treats and watch them come running.

If you have dogs, they may come running too. The ingredients in these treats can also be given to dogs if they like them. These are treats, and not to be used as a substitute for food.

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