How many grams are in half a cup of cat food?
There is 45 grams in half a cup of cat food. There is 65 grams in 3/4 of a cup of cat food and 5.4 kilograms in 12 lbs of cat food.
Mass and volume are different notions and the units are not compatible. You need to know the density of the material to evaluate the mass because: mass = volume x density.
Also many types of cups exist through the damned non-SI units !
How many cats can you feed if you get three fourths of cat food and sixteen and one half of cat food?
That depends on the quality of food and the size, age and activity level of the cat, although measuring food out in pounds is a lot more difficult than using grams. For example, one pound is approximately 450g, which for many cats would simply be too much food to feed per day. Kittens need much more food than adults - as much as twice or three times as much depending on their appetite. There is…
Which has a greater number of units the mass of a cat in grams or the mass of the same cat in kilograms?
It depends on how old the cat is. If the cat is newborn to two months, don't feed it canned food. Infant kittens need their mother's milk. When the cat is three months to five months, one can to one and a half cans, but be sure to feed in very small but frequent meals. If the kitten is meowing fiercely, feed it one more can. When the cat is six months to one year…
Adult cats are usually fed two or three times a day. Moreso if they are kittens. Many owners feed their cats a portion of wet food (usually one or half 100g pouch/can) per meal, and sometimes leave a few biscuits so the cat can nibble these throughout the cat. However, leaving down food is not entirely necessary and done at the convenience of the owner.
If your cat is itching he is probably allergic to something, and there's a good chance it's his food. Many brands put things in their cat food that can cause reactions, like wheat, soy, etc. Putting him on a natural cat food with limited ingredients will help. Many brands like Natural Balance make formulas specifically for allergic cats, and they have many dry and canned varieties.
The terms "tabby" and "orange tabby" are just coat colors/patterns. "Tabby" is not a breed or a species. And it doesn't matter what color coat the cat has. All domesticated cats need the same amount of food. The only thing that determines how much you should feed a cat is its size. A very large cat needs more food than a very small cat. Follow the directions that are printed on the food's packaging. In…