How Much Wet Cat Food Should A Kitten Eat?

How much wet cat food should a kitten eat? The answer to this question can vary depending on many factors, including breed of cat, age of the kitten and other health complications. This article will review what you need to know about feeding your pet kitten its first commercial food or adult cat food so that you are able to make an educated decision whether it is time for them to be eating more than just the family dog’s leftover scraps.

What is required in kittens’ diets today? What do I need to know before deciding how much tuna my cats should be eating ? Cat Food Composition Canned foods contain approximately 80% protein (animal meat), 14% moisture, 1% fiber (soluble carbohydrates) and 5-6% fat (mostly polyunsaturated). A further 15-20% of canned foods are carbohydrate calories derived from sweeteners such as corn syrup solids which act as bulking agents – they increase overall caloric density without increasing protein content. These carbohydrate calories come primarily from wheat grain but also include rice bran or potato starch based ingredients. Many modern dry kibble products contain only 20-30 percent water by weight; most dry kibbles now lack carbohydrates entirely because they have been formulated with low levels of anti-microbial/anti fungal preservatives like boric acid and sodium benzoate instead of carbohydrates. Dry food typically has “fillers” added such as vegetable pulp, cereal grains or dried egg product meal which may result in increased total