How Much Food To Feed A Kitten Per Day?

How much food should I feed my kitten? Because of their small size, kittens require less food than adult cats. A common guideline is to feed your new kitten ¼ the amount of food you would give an adult cat. This means that if you were feeding one cat, then you would be feeding 1/4 cup (2 ounces) every day for a kitten weighing 3-4 pounds and 8 months old. If your kitty was older or weighed more than this, then use the guidelines on the next page!

What does it mean when my pet has a “super appetite”? Once mature they have increased metabolism which allows them to eat just as much as adults do even though they are still growing! Your little fluffy friend may seem like he can’t get enough at first but don’t worry about him getting fat because his increasing body weight will slow down his eating habits later in life so he’ll stop being ravenous all the time – eventually he’ll settle into normal eating patterns for a cat. Also keep in mind that lots of exercise helps too so take care not to overfeed him. Read more… What does it mean when my pet has a “super appetite”? Once mature they have increased metabolism which allows them to eat just as much as adults do even though they are still growing! Your little fluffy friend may seem like he can’t get enough at first but don’t worry about him getting fat because his increasing body weight will slow down his eating habits later in life so