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Feeding kittens differs from feeding adult cats

Feeding kittens differs from feeding adult cats. But if you know what kittens need, it is easy to serve a healthy and tasty meal for your little feline friends.The first few weeks you won’t have to do anything. Kittens drink mother’s milk and that’s about all they want and need. A kitten will receive all of their nutritional needs from their mother for the first few weeks of their life.

At three Weeks - Feeding kittens

At three weeks you can start giving your little cat solid kitten food together with milk.Build it up week by week till your kitten is two months old. By the time your cat is eight to ten weeks it should have fully switched to solid food.Do not give milk to kittens. They don't need it and milk is likely to give them diarrhea.Most cats of three months are not able anymore to properly digest regular milk.In general, kittens should not be removed from their mothers until they are at least 8 weeks of age. Kittens seperated from their mothers at too young an age require special care.

Feeding Kittens

What kind of kitten food is the best - Feeding kittens

This is one of the most frequently asked questions about feeding kittens. Kittens' growth and development need extra protein, fat, vitamins, and minerals to get the right start in life.

How to feed kittens

Kittens need a premium canned food for the source of all the necessary nutrients needed to promote the development of strong bones and muscles, promote healthy teeth and gums, and to provide a source of protein and fat needed for the intense period of growth which occurs during the all-important first year.Kittens also need amino acids and taurine. Dry food should contain about 30 percent protein and about 15 percent fat. Kittens usually eat three times a day until they are six months old and twice a day until they are one year old. Adult cats may have enough with one meal a day.

Feeding Kittens

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