This seafood-rich soup is packed with antioxidants, Omega 3, minerals, Taurine, and more!

Cat Food Recipe:  Invertebrate Soup

© Formulated by Melody McKinnon exclusively for AllNaturalPetCare.com

3 cups unseasoned chicken stock
1 10 oz can baby clams, drained and rinsed
1/4 cup minced shrimp
1/4 cup minced crab or lobster
1/2 cup chopped prawns
1 sardine, packed in water, chopped
3 TBSP ground freeze-dried krill
1 tsp powdered seaweed/algae

Combine ingredients in saucepan.  Simmer over very low heat to blend flavors.

Freezes very well.

Note: This recipe isn’t intended to be a source of complete, daily nutrition. It can be included as part of a nutritious diet for cats.

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10 thoughts on “Cat Food Recipe: Invertebrate Soup ©

  1. This is our treat meal recipe because I can only afford to give it to my cats once/week but I just love the ingredients so it’s worth it. We’re on pensions or I’d give i to them more often.

  2. @Catfood Spoken like someone trying to sell pet food! My cats enjoy this recipe and many other homemade pet food recipes and she has never been more healthy. As long as we read up on cat nutrition and we are careful about contamination there is no reason why we can’t make our own pet food or give them raw meat.

  3. There is a chasm between cat owners who feed their pets raw or homemade cat food and veterinarians who warn that without quality control, the risks of bacterial contamination or nutritional deficiency are too high.

  4. Now this is what I like! If I’m going to go to the trouble of making homemade cat food I want it to be the very best!

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