From the time kitten is born, it has to be fed. If you are using a formula made for kittens, your cat will have no problem with this. There are some formulas that are specially formulated for kittens when they start getting their teeth and shedding their fur (scratching). These formulas come in both ready mix bottles or powdered form; make sure you get one of these if you don’t want to trouble yourself making up the right amount of formula at home every day.
After feeding them all their daily needs (food and water), there should be nothing left over at night except flea powder to prevent fleas from laying eggs on your kitten’s skin.
What food do I give my kitten?
You should feed your kitten only the best quality foods available today – high protein because cats need lots of protein, low levels of fat because they don’t produce enough body heat so they can lose weight quickly without developing health problems like heart disease, kidney failure or diabetes mellitus type II which affects many pets owners who feed diets too rich in calories while leaving out essential nutrients particularly vitamins A & D plus minerals such as calcium and phosphorus which help maintain healthy bones and cartilage plus other important nutritional elements required by growing animals including amino acids found in proteins especially essential fatty acids also known as “mothers milk” needed by kittens during development stages not just for structure but also for protection against allergies resulting from environmental factors that surround them before birth then after weaning stage once