When it comes to feeding, the rule is “never force them.” Kittens are very sensitive to being forced into doing anything. If you try to make your kitten eat too fast or too much, they will become sick and not want to go back for more food. Use a spoon or baby food jar with about an ounce of canned food in each side if your kitten doesn’t seem hungry. You can also buy special syringe feeders that will squirt just enough milk into a kitten’s mouth so they don’t get depressed when you put down their bottle after one time. The best way is waiting until your cat eats enough of his own brand of kibble before offering any human foods. Also be sure that he gets plenty of water every day!