- Bag of lentils
- 3 eggs
- Container of oatmeal
- 2 cans of mackerel or salmon
- vitamin a
- brewers yeast kelp
- Fill a large pot almost to the top with water.
- Add the bag of lentils and the three eggs.Add vitamin a, brewers yeast, and kelp at this point as well.. Cats require a lot of vitamin a, so supplementing just a bit of that is good, though probably not necessary since the fish is high in vitamin a. Cats cannot process beta caratine into vitamin a. The brewers yeast supplies b vitamins and helps to repel fleas. The kelp supplies many nutrients, such as iodine.
- Put the burner on a medium temperature and leave the pot uncovered. Stir regularly to keep lentils from burning and sticking to the bottom of the pan.
- Once lentils are almost done, add the oatmeal. Let cook, stirring almost constantly, for about five minutes.
- Turn stove off and let cat food sit while oatmeal softens and expands. Oatmeal is included in some commercial cat foods, as it is good for a sensitive stomach and very nutritious.
- Once food is cooled down, add the two cans of fish.
- Crack the eggs open and leave in mixture. Do not remove shells or bones from food as they supply calcium.
- Mix cat food with handheld mixture until no lentils are visible, and everything looks like a paste.
- Store in refrigerator. You can will love it.