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How To Make Bone Broth For Your Cat

How to Make Bone Broth For Your Cat

Bone broth is very good for cat. It’s actually very good for humans as well. It can be used for many purposes, but specifically when your cats are sick. If your cat is throwing up or has diarrhea, bone broth can really help your cat recover.

If you have a cat that doesn’t like dry cat food so much, you can use bone broth as a topper on his or her food. It will also add nutritional value for them. Please do not just feed your cat bone broth; it is a supplement to their regular diet and/or it can help your cat recover if your cat is sick and needs to recover.

Step By Step Directions On How To Make Bone Broth

You can use beef bones or chicken bones. If your cat is sick, you can make bone broth for your cat so that he or she can feel better and recover as quickly as possible. You always have to start with healthy water and fill a stock pot with water. Use about 3 to 4 gallons of water. You can give your cat the bone broth fresh, or you can freeze the bone broth and give it to him or her later.

You can use left over bones you have, or buy a whole organic chicken. This doctor recommends to use organic meats for your animals. Even though it is a bit more expensive, it is worth it.

Simmer the chicken for a couple of hours until the meat falls off of the bones. You can use the meat for your own consumption if you are not a vegetarian. Continue to simmer the carcass for another 24 hours. You may want to use a Crock-pot, so you can set it and forget it. You will only be using the broth for your cat, nothing else. You will not give your cat the bones, skin or the meat.

The doctor says not to feed bones to your pets ever. Instead, use Bragg’s raw apple-cider vinegar to help extract the minerals out of the bones. Use 1 tsp per gallon of vinegar. You don’t have to use Braggs, but use what you have.
You can re-purpose your bones and simmer them two times. This way you will get a lot out of your organic chicken.

Below is a video on how to make the Bone Broth for your cat. Please note that in this video she is making the bone broth for her sick dog, but the cat loves it too. Why wait until your cat is sick to make it? But if he or she is not feeling well, then make the bone broth for your cat so he or she can recover and feel better as soon as possible.


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