” or “how to wean a kitten?”) The bottle feeding process is the same for both kittens and cats. Please contact your veterinarian if you have any questions about when your vet wants to transition your cat from nursing on demand, which he/she can do at 4-6 weeks of age, to being fed on a schedule that mimics the suckling pattern of humans.
3) How much food should I give my pet daily? The amount of food needed will depend upon what your pet needs in order to maintain proper muscle tone and body weight. Your veterinarian knows this best so please ask him/her how much water should be given along with each meal. It is also important not to feed too little or too much at any one time as it may cause health problems including dehydration, insufficient energy required by muscles needed for movement, malnutrition which could lead to brittle bones (rickets), inadequate immune response leading ultimately into illness, etc..
4) Why are some foods better than others? There are many reasons why certain types of diets (or brands sold in stores like Petco or Petsmart) work while others don’t. For example: Wellness – this diet was made specifically for cats because they need extra fat; however most veterinarians feel that dry cat foods make up only 20%+ of their total caloric intake while 65% comes from wet (meat based i nterestingly enough). Veterinarians believe that since tuna fish contains