Making bone broth for everyone

I had not made bone broth for the cats for a long time now because we had CKD cats and it wasn’t suitable for them.

I decided to make one batch yesterday to see if our newer cats would like it.

– Chicken carcass
– Water
– Apple cider vinegar
Instructions: Slow boil for about 24 hours.

This is the best video I’ve seen so far, especially because it’s done by Dr Karen Becker, a veterinarian:

I put some pumpkin in for some fiber (it’s not in the recipe). This is after 8 hours where I took some of the meat off the carcass. The bones are put back inside for continued boiling.

I gave the meat to Ginger for dinner.

The Monsters loved the broth so much and had 4 plates for supper last night.

Unfortunately, the Blondies were all too suspicious to even want to try it. Only Samantha ate the broth. Gerald and Misty didn’t want it too. Neither did Riley. Of course I already know Tabs won’t eat it.

I added shredded chicken to the broth to make it more enticing.

After dishing out half for supper, I had this much left which I will use up in two days.

Bone broth is packed with essential nutrients that can support a cat’s overall health and well-being. It is a rich source of collagen, a protein that helps maintain healthy skin, joints, and connective tissues. Collagen is also beneficial for promoting a shiny coat and reducing the risk of skin issues in cats.






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