How Much Food Does A 6 Week Old Kitten Eat?

A 6 week old kitten should be eating around 3-4 oz every 2 hours, which is the equivalent of 1/2 to whole can of food each day. Keep in mind that your kitten will double her weight at about 6 weeks and she may still be growing during the next few months, so make sure you include all foods shown below for growth (caloric) needs. As part of a balanced diet, I recommend feeding your kitten wet or semi-moistened foods; especially good are cooked chicken necks with some canned pumpkin mixed into it (discard meat before feeding). Raw lamb’s liver is also excellent for kittens; however if you choose this food please try to freeze any leftovers because cats cannot digest it properly when frozen. When a feline friend is sick, germs often come from their paws by contact with other pets or people – wash hands after handling kitty! You can help prevent illness by keeping kitty indoors where cats have fewer opportunities to catch diseases from infected animals and humans. Do not let him eat anything he has had more than 48 hours as many bacteria live on our skin’s surface and easily transfer through our mouths or noses afterwards. In addition there are too many cat parasites for us outside experts to keep up with them all!

How much food does my adult cat need?

The amount of food needed depends on how active your cat normally lives, but a healthy adult male generally needs between 2 and 4 cups per day while females need