Cat Christmas Cookie Recipe Lets Felines Join in on the Fun

We're adding this to our cookbook immediately!

Cat Christmas Cookie Recipe Lets Felines Join in on the Fun

We're adding this to our cookbook immediately!

We'd be lying if we said we haven't already made six different cookies for the holiday season. And yes, they're all already gone. LOL! We can't help ourselves. It's our favorite part of the season. 

And now, thanks to a clip from TikTok user @furryfritz, our fur babies can enjoy the Christmas cookies too. The video shows how to make cat-friendly cookies and we're obsessed. Check it out! 

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Wow, what an amazing idea! We bet people are already trying this recipe. Well, some. LOL! Seems like some TikTok users are a little grossed out about what it might smell like, but sometimes you just got to risk it to get the biscuit. The creator even suggested using chicken instead of tuna if you have a sensitive nose. Noted!

"These are so cute and perfect," wrote @embbandflow. Right?! That's probably why this video has over 8.4 million views, it's such an amazing idea! Someone even suggested getting a mouse cookie cutter. Ugh, that would be even more adorable. We didn't know that was even possible. "It's all cute and fun until you eat one by accident," said @your.._editor2. O.M.G. Could you imagine?! We have a feeling the smell will keep anyone from making that mistake. HA! 

@Kittyramaltd said, "That's a captivated audience right there! Purrfect." They couldn't wait to get their little paws on a cookie. We'd be worried that our cats would eat the batter even before we got it in the oven. LOL! 

 

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