How And What To Feed A Baby Kitten?

Diarrheal Diseases: Viruses and bacteria can cause diarrhea. The most common causes of diarrhea in kittens are viruses (parvovirus, calici virus) and bacterial infections (salmonella, chlamydia). Other causes include parasitic infestations and poisoning. You should prevent diarrheal diseases by providing fresh water and a proper diet for your cat.

Viruses and bacteria can cause diarrhea. The most common causes of diarrhea in kittens are viruses (parvovirus, calici virus) and bacterial infections (salmonella, chlamydia). Other causes include parasitic infestations and poisoning. You should prevent diarrheal diseases by providing fresh water and a proper diet for your cat. Over-Feeding: Kittens between 1 to 3 months old need approximately 2 times their body weight daily to maintain healthy growth rates during the first year of life; therefore it is very important not to over-feed them! A kitten may become overweight if they eat too much food or if they do not eat enough because they slip away from you when you go out or sleep during the day while their mother provides them with meals throughout the night hours – thus depriving them of nutrients that are vital for optimal health development at this period in time!

Kittens between 1 to 3 months old need approximately 2 times their body weight daily to maintain healthy growth rates during the first year of life; therefore it is very important not to over-feed them!