Ice cream for cats
Every kitty deserves a treat now and then! And instead of letting your cat lick from your own popsicle on those hot summer days, why not make him his own ice cream? It’s the purrfect treat for your cat (or even dog) in the summer.
Be prepared to get your cat hooked on delicious ice cream!
Ice cream for cats: the steps
- It all begins with popsicle molds which are very easy to find in stores or online. If you don’t want your kitty to have a lot of ice cream, think about getting a small size mold. You can of course get a taller one and not have your cat eat it the whole thing.
- For the ingredient use water based canned salmon or tuna. You could use other fish or even meat, as long as it’s water based and not in oil.
- Drain the water out of the cans (so without the fish or meat in it) and put that in the molds. If it doesn’t give enough water, just add some more water in the can (to really mix it with the fish) so you get more fish water. It’s really as simple as that! There are a few variations though that are also nice to do:
- You can add some water to the broth. It doesn’t mix well with the broth, but your cat will also love to lick the frozen water on the bottom of the popsicle.
- You can also add the fish or meat itself. Put it in the blender so that it’s easy to lick from the popsicle and add it with the broth (or even add a little extra water).
The first time I had an ice lolly, I wasn’t really sure if I liked it. But after the second one I knew I LOVED it! My humom tried two different flavors, salmon and tuna. Both delicious!