Wet kitten food is best, but dry can be fed, also. As long as the food has plenty of meat in it and no cereals, grains or corn in. For young kittens, soft food will be easier for them to eat.
Cats are carnivores so they derive all the nutrients from meat, so it makes sense to find a food with a high (50% or over) meat content. This should be the FIRST, or first couple of ingredients (listed as Chicken, Turkey, Lamb, Tuna, etc.). Foods that are free of grains, corns, and wheat gluten are highly recommended as these are cheap "filler" that bulk up foods - but have no nutritional value for your kitten. Wet food with these specifications are much easier to find than in dry food.
Kittens are constantly growing and developing, so they need all the nutrients they can get. Typically, a kitten will need twice as much protein as an adult cat, so it is usually best to feed the kitten as much as it needs until it is around a year old.
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An average 7-8 week old kitten should weigh about 2.2 pounds. So, if your kitten is over or under by a pound i wouldn't worry. If its over or under by a lot than you should feed less or more. I hope this answered your question!
the 8 week old kitten is still in need of it's mother's milk so if you go to a vet they'll give you a powder or some type of ingredient that you put in regular milk that makes it like the mothers milk(dr@gongirl11)
It all depends on how you look after your kitten if you feed it as much as it wants in small but frequent meals, and treat it well it will most probably way more than a kitten that's not fed often enough. Generally speaking though, the weight of an average and healthy 8 week kitten is usually 2 pounds (roughly 900 grams).
All healthy kittens have tons of energy, and are constantly running and jumping around the house. So, yes, an 8 week-old Siamese kitten should be active. Any kitten of any breed should be active.
No, the kitten is to young still. The instructions on the flea medicine box should give you directions and usage for that product. A 8 week old kitten is too young for flea medicine and also too young for a bath with flea soap
See a vet for an examination.
A 7 week old kitten doesn't need any milk, although a kitten still suckling at that age causes no harm. They can be weaned at 5-8 weeks and can eat soft food such as canned food.
I fount a 2 week old baby squirrel and we went to the vet and they said that you can feed it kitten milk replacement formula. about 1-5 weeks old you will feed it 7cc every 2 hours. and 7cc every 4 hours when it is 5-8 week old and then it will start to reject the formula so that means that it is time to feed the baby squirrel water.
the kittens nose is snotty because its stuffed up.
A 10 week old kitten doesn't need any milk, although a kitten still suckling at that age causes no harm. Kittens are usually weaned at 5-8 weeks and can eat soft food such as canned food.
you can feed your kitten tuna sardines sausages anything. just cut it up really small.
As long as it's marked kitten food on the bag a 6-8 week old kitten can start on the kibble. Once they get their teeth kibble is better for keeping the teeth clean
An neaborn kitten shouldnt be takenn away from its mother or father untill iits at least 8/9 week old!
Never give a cat or kitten cow's milk, as the lactose in it can cause vomiting and diarrhoea. As a treat you can give a kitten specially formulated kitten milk from time to time, but it isn't a necessary part of the diet if the kitten is fully weaned (if it is not fully weaned, it should not be parted with its mother until it is). Fully weaned kittens get their nutrients from high quality cat food, and can drink water.
It really depends could be the runt. So nobody will know. But it would be pretty small!
Only a Vet can answer that question. Take it to see one as soon as possible.
300-400grams of complete a day.
If the kitten is a healthy purebred Siamese, it should weigh a little under 2 pounds. Purebred Siamese cats are naturally thin cats.
hi there i am not sure on that 1 i am still trying to find out how big an 8 week old kitten is
Cats grow to full maturity in roughly a year. So a 4-month-old (16-week-old) cat has about 8 more months until it reaches adulthood.
A kitten who is severely dehydrated should be seen by a vet as soon as possible. If your vet has directed you to provide Pedialyte to a dehydrated kitten, mix one teaspoon into tuna juice or chicken broth and offer it to the kitten several times a day.
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