How Much To Feed A 3 Month Old Kitten?

A: In general, kittens younger than 12 weeks of age should be fed a diet formulated to meet the nutritional requirements of growing kittens. There are no hard and fast rules regarding how much food a kitten needs at any particular age, as they change so rapidly. However, you can use these guidelines as a rough guide…

Ingredients for Growing Kitten Formula – Stage 2 (12-18 Weeks) :

Source: AAFCO Official Publication; 2010; Study Groups 11 & 12; Growth Compound #2 -Chicken byproduct meal with bone meal and ground corn gluten meal Feline pate thymol preserved with mixed tocopherols Dicalcium phosphate dihydrate dibasic calcium phosphate dibasic anhydrous hydroxide mineral oil Lecithin Magnesium chloride monohydrate Natural chicken broth soybean hulls yeast hydrolysate waxed or powdered eggshell powder Calcium carbonate dried kelp alfalfa hay wheat bran dehydrated sprouted alfalfa pellets beef tallow brewers rice dehulled whole grain brown rice Canola oil sesame seed germ sunflower seed germ flaxseed pumpkin seeds linoleic acid hemp seed lactobacillus plantarum choline bitartrate Vitamin A acetylcarnitine retinal vitamin D3 lysine Vitamin E aminoisobutyric acid pantothenic acid beta carotene biotin cobalt chloride copper glucon