A one month kitten is a playful and curious little one, able to play for at least a couple of hours without needing feeding. It’s very sweet and cute, being affectionate with its family members, but also extremely energetic. A one month kitty will often have the same personality as an adult cat in regards to how it acts towards other animals or human beings that are not its owner.
What do I feed my puppy?
Puppies need high quality dog food from the moment they arrive in your home until they reach either three months old or when you notice their adult size (the small ones grow faster). Puppy foods should contain about 10% fat content in order to properly develop muscles and bones while enriching them with nutrients needed when growing fast especially during the first year of life. Never go over 20% fat content when feeding puppies because this can lead to obesity which can be dangerous for their health later on! The best way to know if your pup needs more meat or less is by observing your pet’s behavior: if he under-powers himself then he might need more meat; if he over-power himself then it means that too much protein could be toxic for his body so adjust accordingly. Keep in mind that every breed has different requirements depending on what kind of diet was given during puppyhood so always pay attention since even though all breeds require similar things they still differ due their genetic background – some dogs get sick easier than others simply because they