The answer to the question, “How long does a kitten need milk?” is going to vary from kitten to kitten. Some kittens will be fine with a little milk after a couple of weeks and others may take up to six months or even longer. It can really depend on your cat’s sensitivity as well as your own personal needs. When you’re first starting out, it’s best not to over-feed them at all times because that can cause health problems in both you and your kitty. You’ll want them eating several small meals throughout the day rather than one big meal that they won’t be able to process properly without getting sick afterwards! If you feel like any changes have been made for the better during those first few weeks, then by all means keep doing what works for both of you!
What are some good ways for an infant kitten (kitten under 8 weeks old) to get needed nutrition?
Choose healthy foods high in protein such as canned tuna fish slices, chicken breast meatballs, pate’ spreadable cheese spreads (such as Philadelphia), cooked egg yolk or soft boiled whole eggs broken into pieces & mixed with water & then whisked until smooth while still warm. If your cat eats other food besides these types of wet foods make sure they are easily digestible – no corn/starch based formulas please! Also powders are great too but many cats don’t care much for powders unless they’ve had them before