• Hard Italian cheese such as parmesan, asiago, pecorino, and romano; some cats prefer cheddar, so whatever cheese your cat likes is fine
  • Real bacon bits
  • Unsalted butter
  • Clarified butter also known as Ghee
  • Lard
  • Dried meat of any kind e.g. liver - powder form, or crumbled from cubes (can bake in oven or use a dehydrator)
  • Fresh sliced or blended/liquidized raw liver
  • Cooked chicken or turkey breast/leg cut up into small chunks
  • Bonito fish flakes
  • Crushed commercial cat treats e.g. We Pity the Kitty dried salmon
  • Ground beef dust powder (some butchers provide this; commercially, there's Rosie's brand)
  • Nitrate-free, minimally processed deli meat such as Boarshead turkey or ham
  • Baby food meat such as Gerber and Beechnut (without onion powder or broth as cats can have serious problems with anemia when fed onions)
  • Canned salmon or mackerel with crushed-up bones e.g. Vital Choice and Trader Joe's brands (note - they are not balanced in terms of Ca:P)
  • Canned sardines in water e.g. Brunswick brand
  • Water from canned salmon or from people tuna but not the tuna itself as it can lead to a Vitamin E deficiency and cause a serious skin disease known as Steatitis
  • Nutritional or Brewer's yeast e.g. Swanson Vitamins brand