Question about rich food

(6 Posts)
Allergictoironing Sat 23-Jul-16 11:32:12

I often cook myself stewing lamb in a casserole dish with a bit of vegetable stock. This leaves a very rich layer of lamb flavoured jelly under a layer of fat in the bottom of the dish. I know at least Girlcat likes lamb (she has been known to steal the bones if I put the plate down where she can reach it after eating) so I was wondering if there's any reason why I can't offer them the jelly as long as I scrape all the fat off the top.

Geepee71 Sat 23-Jul-16 12:01:21

Can't see it doing any harm, in small doses. Some cat food comes in jelly, and if you remove the fat, it shouldn't be too bad.

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 23-Jul-16 16:09:46

Is there onion or garlic in the stock?.

Allergictoironing Sat 23-Jul-16 16:44:14

Knorr veg stock pots; apparently there's a small amount of onion juice waaay down in the ingredients list.

NeedACleverNN Sat 23-Jul-16 16:51:08

Just be careful it doesn't cause a tummy upset.
It could be too rich

Allergictoironing Sat 23-Jul-16 17:42:54

Well so far Boycat has had a very brief lick, and Girlcat sniffed at it & walked away. So looks like this potential treat isn't to their taste anyway. But Girlcat did enjoy her lamb bone from my lunch grin.

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