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Homemade Healthy Pilchard Recipe for Cats

Homemade Healthy Pilchard Recipe for Cats

Healthy pilchard recipe to treat your cat!

Imagine eating the same dry food, day after day. Sounds a bit dull and boring, doesn't it? We like to encourage pet parents to switch it up every once in a while, or as often as possible, by treating their fur babies to a delicious, healthy homemade meal! Our furry counterparts certainly deserve it.

Homemade cat food can be a super treat for your pet, especially when you use their favourite ingredients like real fish, chicken, and other meat. It's no secret that commercial pet food doesn't contain the recommended proportion of nutrients and ingredients that our pets' bodies need! Due to the increasing demand of pet food and treats, the pressure falls on manufacturers to mass produce. Mass production almost always leads to decreased quality - if you don't believe us, just take a look at the ingredients in your commercial pet food and treats!

We've made it easy for you with this homemade recipe for cats (by Charlotte Gerber from Love To Know / Contributor: Mychelle Blake). It's quick, easy and affordable. Best of all, it contains ingredients that are sure to nourish your cat's body, leaving them feeling spoilt and satisfied! Scroll down to see how easy it is!

homemade pilchard recipe cats


  • 1 cup canned pilchards
  • 1 tablespoon Flax Seed Oil
  • 1 tablespoon organic cooked brown rice
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons of water or broth (chicken or beef)


  • Combine all ingredients in food processor
  • Puree until blended
  • It's best if served immediately but you can refrigerate the leftovers up to three days

If you have any questions about your pet, please contact our team or leave a comment below for FREE health advice. We always love hearing from you!

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