How Often Do You Feed A Kitten Milk?

Kittens need milk for their first year of life, so it’s important to feed them a variety of foods. Kittens under 4 weeks old usually can go without milk, but after that point they’ll benefit from about 2-3 tablespoons every day until they’re weaned or start eating solid food. Kittens will have little beaks and won’t be able to pierce the nipple on most bottles with a full tummy unless you use a syringe. Try feeding one kitten at a time in the morning and then again in the evening, which works well for me because my cats are still nursing when I get home from work! If you don’t want to use a syringe to squirt milk into their mouth, there are also eye droppers available online if you want an easier way to dispense the right amount of fluid quickly based on your cat’s weight. Any formula or homemade recipe is fine as long as it has protein (meat) content similar to what kittens would eat in nature – check out our recipes section here: http://www.catinfoforum.com/showthread…ead&p=1763#post1763 . You can find out more info here: http://www2catsandcupsandsyringes….ythekitten@yahoo