Admittedly, the title of this writeup is a little ambiguous
. If you are looking for recipes which include cat meat
, this isn't the place. (cat meat can probably be used as a raccoon
substitute in recipes, however.)
These are some recipes for "gourmet cat food
" which I have found online. Because cats probably can't distinguish "gourmet food" from a can full of hot garbage
, prepare these only if you are supremely bored.
Sardines and Rice
- 2 Cans of sardines with oil
- 2/3 cup cooked rice
- 1/4 cup finely chopped parsley
Mix all ingredients until the sardines have broken into cat-bite sized pieces.
Chicken and Tuna Delight
Pour enough cold water over the chicken to cover it, then add the onion and garlic. Bring to a boil
, then simmer
for two hours. Allow the stuff to cool, then remove all bones. Stir in the tuna, and serve cold.