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What age do you switch from kitten to cat food

"I went from kitten to cat food at 6 months. I was so big, I couldn't keep eating kitten food and my stomach wasn't growing anymore. My vet recommended it, and I gained weight so fast that I needed to switch."

- Stephanie, North Carolina

"My kitten was switched to cat food at 8 months, and I switched to cat food at 12 months. My vet was right, I was too big for kitten food."

- Ashley, Nebraska

"I was not switched to cat food until I was about 6 months. My vet said I was getting too big for kitten."

- Heather, Michigan

"My vet told me at 6 months, I was too big for kitten food."

- Jessica, New Hampshire

"I was switched to cat food at 8 months. I'm a big girl!"

- Kymberly, South Carolina

- Becca, Kansas

"I was switched to cat food at 9 months. I weigh 27 pounds. I'm a big girl."

- Hannah, Georgia

"I was switched to cat food at 10 months. I weigh 28 pounds."

- Sarah, Washington

"I was switched to cat food at 12 months. I weigh 33 pounds."

- Taylor, Ohio

"I was switched to cat food at 13 months. I weigh 36 pounds."

- Sara, Illinois

"My vet told me at 13 months, I was too big for kitten food. My vet was right!"

- Amy, Utah

"I was switched to cat food at 14 months. I weigh 39 pounds."

- Trinity, Ohio

"My vet switched me to cat food at 15 months. I weigh 42 pounds!"

- Annie, California

"I was switched to cat food at 16 months. I weigh 48 pounds."

- Abigail, Virginia

"I was switched to cat food at 17 months. I weigh 54 pounds."

- Olivia, Texas

"My vet switched me to cat food at 18 months. I weigh 57 pounds."

- Madeline, New York

"I was switched to cat food at 19 months. I weigh 60 pounds."

- Claire, Oklahoma

"My vet switched me to cat food at 20 months.

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