7 Simple Holiday Cat Treat Recipes


Cats are notorious for being extra naughty during Christmas. There are so many distracting and interesting things for them to play with, like the tree, ornaments, and ribbon.

So you may not think of gifts or special treats for them, but you should. We love cats because of their curious nature and for keeping us on our toes.

You can use these easy treat recipes to barter with your cat to leave the decorations alone. Ready. Set. Bake!

Salmon Cat Treats

Your cat will flood the kitchen for these tasty treats. They are super easy to make with only 3 ingredients! Get the recipe at The Cookie Rookie.

Tuna Catnip Crouton Treats

These will make your cat more affectionate…even if it is a trick to get more treats.
Another great recipe by The Cookie Rookie.

Sweet Potato and Salmon Treats

No need to turn the oven on. These simple treats are frozen! Check out the recipe at 12 Tomatoes.

Chewy Cat Treats

Try these soft treats for a change. You can customize to your cat’s palette. Get the recipe from Joy The Baker.

Organic Spinach and Chicken Treats

Pamper your cat even more with these delicious organic treats. This will be a new favorite for your cat. Check out the recipe at Pop Sugar by Sarah Liphoff.

Turkey Pumpkin Jerky

Give your cat something to sink his teeth into. Your cat will be crazy for this delicious and easy jerky. Find the recipe at Doggy Dessert Chef.

Chicken Catnip Jerky

Another amazing jerky recipe from Doggy Dessert Chef.

Cats love to have special treats too. Try them all for an inexpensive gift for your cat. Fill the stocking with these and share the recipes with all your friends.

If baking is not your thing, you can reward your pet with a Rescue Box. A monthly box filled with toys and goodies for your fur child. As a bonus, you will be helping an animal in need.

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Andrea Powell is an animal enthusiast who lives in West Michigan. Her horse and 3 dogs are her children. She loves to write and share her knowledge of equine and canine nutrition. In her spare time she likes to volunteer with animal rescues, camp with her husband and dogs, and trail ride with her horse.