The average weight for a domestic short hair kitten is 2-3 ounces, but the normal range is 1.5 to 4.5 ounces. This can change if your kitten has an unhealthy or underactive thyroid gland which makes him lean and weak instead of being plump and healthy looking as he should be at his age. If you have any concerns about your kitten’s health, it would be best to have him checked out by a veterinarian immediately so he can get back on track quickly with eating properly and regulating his body temperature since this will help prevent illness from occurring further down the line.
How much does my cat need to eat?
Cats are very picky when it comes to their diet because they like variety (cat food may not be as nutritious as what you feed them), especially if they’re getting older like most cats do once they reach adulthood around eighteen months old; sometimes early teens/teens depending on their breed or whether or not they’re neutered or spayed (spaying means that your female cat won’t go into heat and become pregnant). It’s important that you purchase quality food for both kittens and adult cats, such as Hill’s Science Diet Feline Formula Dry Cat Food which contains high levels of protein for adult cats who might begin losing muscle mass due to aging along with other nutrients such as calcium & glucosamine sulfate among others.* The ingredients listed below contain essential vitamins & minerals needed by all animals: *This article was reviewed