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What food do cats eat

Kitty's food should be placed in one corner of the box while they are eating and they should be allowed to eat until they are full.

What kind of food should I feed my cat?

A good quality cat food should be a mixture of meat and vegetable. Dry cat food is best as it is easier to digest. Cats are carnivores so they are designed to eat meat. Meat is what cats are designed to eat. Cats cannot digest grain so only give them meat as a treat. It is important to feed a prey item, such as a mouse or a fish, as this stimulates the cat's hunting instinct.

What do I feed my cat?

Olive, canary, cornish game hen, turkey, salmon and chicken are good cat food choices.

Can I feed my cat a whole raw chicken?

No, raw chicken and other raw meat are not safe for cats. Even if you give your cat whole raw chicken there is still a risk of salmonella poisoning.

What do I feed my kitten when it is a kitten?

Kittens should be fed kitten milk replacer until they are six months old.

What is kitten milk replacer?

Kitten milk replacer is made from ingredients that mimic the nutrients found in mother's milk. It is very important that kittens are fed kitten milk replacer for the first six months of life. Kitten milk replacer is nutritionally complete and contains all the nutrients cats need to grow.

How much of the kitten milk replacer should I give my kitten?

The amount of kitten milk replacer that you feed your kitten depends on the age and size of your kitten. When feeding your kitten, it is important to use kitten milk replacer that matches the kitten's age and stage of growth. The following is a guide for the amount of kitten milk replacer you should feed your kitten.

1 to 6 weeks old: 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon (1 to 2 ml) every day.

6 to 8 weeks old: 1/4 to 1 teaspoon (1 to 2 ml) every day.

8 to 12 weeks old: 1/2 to 1 teaspoon (2 to 2.5 ml) every day.

12 to 16 weeks old: 1/2 to 1 teaspoon (2 to 2.5 ml) every day.

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