Mini Tuna Bites

Jul 16, 2020 | Pets, Treat Recipes

Happy “Friday Treats Friday” everyone!  This week flew by and here we are!  I was so excited to post this recipe because I made a promise that I would include more cat related posts and when I found this one on Chewy.com, I knew I had to make it for you all!  I changed it just a bit along with the name and will give you both recipes.  These Mini Tuna Bites are super simple to make and super healthy for your cat.  When I was making these treats, Jake and Maggie were dancing around my legs, tails wagging and hoping for a bite.  Tuna, in small portions, is not toxic to dogs.  Just make sure you buy the tuna packed in water and not oil.  I gave them a little taste and boy did they LOVE these mini bites.  But, I promised my sister that I would make these and give them to her for her three adorable cats, Wilbur, Binky, and Piggy!  See my Three Sweet Cats post (HERE) containing great information for experienced and non-experience cat owners.
 
Wilbur, Binky, and Piggy were not very excited about these treats but Jake and Maggie loved them.  I also have to make a correction on my last week’s post, Steak, Broccoli, and Whole Wheat Pasta (HERE) when I said the pups loved broccoli.  It turns out that they love to PLAY with broccoli but not EAT it!  But there was no stopping them from devouring the meat and pasta :-).

"An animals eyes have the power to speak a great language" - Martin Buber

This treat was created by a veterinarian.  Dr. Katy Nelson is an associate veterinarian at the Belle Haven Animal Medical Centre in Alexandria, VA, and Chewy’s resident veterinarian.
 
 
 
Chewy Recipe:
 
 
Ingredients:
1 whole egg
1 5oz can tuna packed in water, drain well
3 tablespoons flour
1 teaspoon catnip
 
 
Instructions:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well until it’s the consistency of cookie dough.
Pinch into bite-sized treats (using about ¼ teaspoon each) and roll into balls.
Place them on your cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes.
Let cool.
Give your cat 3-5 treats per day. You can store them in an air-tight container in your fridge for 10-14 days.
 
 
 
Bobbi Jo Recipe:
 
 
Ingredients:
1 whole egg
1 5oz can tuna packed in water, drain well
4 tablespoons flour
 
 
Instructions:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
Using 1/8 teaspoon, scoop out mixture and lay on pan so that edges are jagged and uneven.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Let cool.
You can store them in an air-tight container in your fridge for 10-14 days.

Our three taste testers - Piggy on top, Wilber in the middle, and Binky on the bottom

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4 Comments

  1. Sharon

    Cute kitties!

    Reply
    • Bobbi

      Thank you! They are the sweetest and so loving.

      Reply
  2. Carla Evans

    Thank You Aunt Bobbi Jo!😽 We love our treats ❤🐾

    Reply
    • Bobbi

      Awwhh! You are welcome sweet babies!!

      Reply

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