A. Your kitten will be able to eat solid foods in only a few weeks, but it is good to give them treats here and there so they know what you are talking about when you say “eating”.
Q. How often should I feed my baby?
A. You can teach your puppy or kitten how much food each meal represents by using the feeding chart below as a guide: Feeding Chart Puppy 3-4 times per 24 hours 4kg & under = 7 meals 2 litre container = 9 feeds 5-7kg = 8 meals 3 litres / 3 pounds = 10 feeds 8-10kg = 9 meals 4 litres / 6 pounds = 12 feeds 11Kg – 14 Kg= 12 meals 5litres/9pounds=14feeds Over 15 kg=15 Meals Total amount of daily food intake As an example, if your pet weighs 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) on any given day then they would get either one cup of dry kibble, two cups of canned catfood or four tablespoons of table food plus some water for breakfast and dinner plus three teaspoons of wet dogfood for lunch and supper that day. If the diet changes after this then adjust accordingly based on weight loss or gain. Remember that puppies grow at different rates so don’t worry if their weight goes up during the first week! Consider adjusting their diet weekly from time to time instead until you see what works best with yours . For more detailed information please