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Re: Community Spotlight: TheGreyApe

I don't really record I can't exactly cover anything on drums lol
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Homemade cat biscuits, if any of you find some recipes let me know too. Smiley Very Happy

(For my cats, I mean)

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Re: Community Spotlight: TheGreyApe

Well that's interesting @Marjo
I made all the food for my dog. It was a pleasure.
I didn't make the biscuits because he loved markies marrowbone biscuits.
I wonder what cats like to taste. They are mainly meat eaters. Some meaty flavours.
I'll have a look. 😻😼😽😻


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Cats like fish, chicken, rabbit - which you buy depends on your stinkiness tolerance levels...
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Well @pgn "one" has to set aside sqeamishness/ stinkiness of all styles when taking care of another species so onwards and upwardly stinky😻😽😼🤢🤢🤪🤪🤮🤮


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Re: Community Spotlight: TheGreyApe

@Marjo
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup powdered skimmed milk powder
1 beaten egg
1/2 teaspoon of bovril (bovril is a beef meat paste for using as soup flavouring or drinking)
(mixed in small amount boiling water) let to cool - do in advance.
Mix all ingredients and use the bovril flavour to bring it all to a stiff dough.
Roll out to about 40mm thick cut into small biscuits.
Bake in oven at 180C for 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Some judgments needed 😽😻


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@Marjo wrote:

Homemade cat biscuits, if any of you find some recipes let me know too. Smiley Very Happy

(For my cats, I mean)


@Marjo 

Maybe you should have a thread for you likkle kitties Cat? Like @EmilieT has for her guinea pig fluffballs... hamster

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@Mi-Amigo wrote:

@Marjo wrote:

Homemade cat biscuits, if any of you find some recipes let me know too. Smiley Very Happy

(For my cats, I mean)


@Marjo 

Maybe you should have a thread for you likkle kitties Cat? Like @EmilieT has for her guinea pig fluffballs... hamster


We do have a Cats and Dogs thread already @Mi-Amigo https://community.o2.co.uk/t5/Off-Topic/Cats-amp-Dogs/td-p/1061669/page/35

Having checked, I see you have posted on it LOL Whoops Lol

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Re: Community Spotlight: TheGreyApe


@TallTrees wrote:
@Marjo
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup powdered skimmed milk powder
1 beaten egg
1/2 teaspoon of bovril (bovril is a beef meat paste for using as soup flavouring or drinking)
(mixed in small amount boiling water) let to cool - do in advance.
Mix all ingredients and use the bovril flavour to bring it all to a stiff dough.
Roll out to about 40mm thick cut into small biscuits.
Bake in oven at 180C for 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Some judgments needed 😽😻

Instead of bovril

you can buy a small tin of sardines ~ use one or two mashed up in the mix and make that into a dough cut into small biscuits and bake at 180C (fan oven better) for about 30 mins make sure they look cooked golden colour if you roll out thinish you can cook them less time and they will get crispy.

Great for treats.  You can then use rest of sardines for mixing into general meals (keep tin in fridge in a plastic sealed container use up reasonably quickly)

 

Hope this helps Best wishes TallTrees