Kitten Feeding Tips
1. Have more meals a day but less food at each, and pay attention to timing, quantity andrationed feeding.
2 Timing: Feed at a fixed time every day to develop good eating habits. Quantitative: Don’t eat too much or too little. As the cat’s age increases, the kitten’s food intake will gradually increase in a certain period of time (usually three or four months old), and it will remain stable after eight months or more.
3 Generally, cats about 2 months old need to eat more than 5 or 6 times a day. Kittens three months ago are generally fed four times a day, such as 9:00 am, 12:00 noon, 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm. From three to six months old, feed three times a day. Twice a day after six months of age.
Adult cat feeding tips
1 Cats enter the adult cat stage when they are over 12 months old. The body and digestive system of adult cats have basically matured, and they can better digest and absorb nutrients. Adult cats need balanced nutrition to maintain the best health.
2 When cats reach the age of 7 or more, they will have many health problems, especially in terms of metabolism, such as kidneys and eyes. To solve this kind of problem, it is important to feed them a low-fat and low-energy diet to help them maintain a normal weight. In addition, the content of cellulose in the food should also be ensured to ensure the health of the stomach, and the content of magnesium and phosphorus should be reduced to maintain the health of the urinary system and kidneys. In addition, try to feed them easy-to-digest foods.
3 Weigh the cat regularly to ensure that the cat's weight is within the normal range, and feed it according to the recommendations of the veterinarian and nutritionist. Evaluate the cat's physical condition regularly, and adjust the amount of food fed according to the physical condition.
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