Feeding a kitten solid food means giving them foods that are more like the foods they will eat when they grow up. Kittens need to be fed two or three times a day (morning and night) with each feeding lasting 5-10 minutes. This is called “controlled feedings” and it allows your kitten to build up their tummy slowly and safely, which in turn helps prevent future problems such as constipation. If you want your pet to grow quickly, then give them small amounts of food every few hours instead of less frequent feedings. It is best for kittens if you can keep on top of how often they have been eating so that you know when there might be a problem rather than being unsure about what could cause any problems at all!
Can I just buy a commercial pellet from the vet?
Unfortunately this isn’t possible because many vets aren’t aware of these products and some couldn’t even evaluate the quality properly without trying one out first themselves! A good alternative would be going into a local pet store where staff members could help recommend options for your feline friend.