ing the time of day and how often a kitten should be fed. The more you feed your kitten, the sooner it will learn to eat on its own. Feed only until your kitten stops eating; then give it some “kitty-cuddles” (see below) and put it back in its box for another feeding later that same day. If the kittens haven’t eaten by dinnertime, see if they need any extra food before taking them out again; otherwise try putting their food away for about 15 minutes or so before bringing them out to play (if this doesn’t work you can take them out at bedtime). You will find that as soon as you stop giving your kittens food they will start going outside to find something else to eat!
How much do you have? To figure how much kibble is enough, first weigh yourself naked without anything inside but a sock pulled over your head: if 4 pounds sounds right, 8 pounds will last 2 days or 1 week’s supply – even if those are just two meals per day! If four pounds seems too little for you – which would be rare – increase accordingly from there. For example, if eight pounds sound good because four hours of walking every afternoon feels good after doing nothing all day except sitting around watching TV with no exercise involved whatsoever , then 16 pounds might seem like a pretty reasonable amount. Or maybe 32 would feel okay – I once spent 30 years getting up earlier than anyone else I knew who was still