Recipe: Cat Hash

By isak, March 17, 2009

1 c. chicken (fully cooked, preferably boiled)
1/2 c. cooked brown rice
6 t. alfalfa sprouts
3/4 c. cream-style cottage cheese

Place all ingredients in a food process and blend to a chunky consistancy.

reprinted from Petfoodcookbook.com

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5 Comments

  1. Donna Burt says:

    Cat hash has almost 4 times as much phosphorus as calcium. It would be unwise to use this food except in extremely small quantities. Even adults could suffer bone loss and nervous disorders with such an off balance diet as their main food source.

  2. Jane Goody says:

    Not that I’m impressed a lot, but this is more than I expected for when I found a link on Furl telling that the info is awesome. Thanks.

  3. isak says:

    Many thanks for letting me know about the RSS Feed. Of course it worked for me through Thunderbird on my computer (of course). However I have deleted the old set up and installed a newer one that works with more readers. Please try it and let me know if it works for you. The new link is in the top right corner of the blog.

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    I tried to signup for your RSS feed but it didn’t work. How can I do this?

  5. Betty says:

    This sounds so good I think I will make enough for me, too. Thanks for the idea!

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