Kittens love occasional snacks, such as fresh liver, kidney or cottage parmesan cheese. But dry feline food is the best thing for a reliable diet. Keep goodies to once or twice a week. As the kitten increases more aged, you can steadily reduce the variety of meals. At half a year, two meals everyday are enough. At one year, one meal per day is all that is needed. If your cat pesters you for another meal, give a little more than 50 % of the one-meal portion twice every day. The size of servings is usually suggested on the kitten food box.
If the veterinarian gives you drugs for the kitten, make sure that you or one of your parents recognizes how to provide remedies. Ask the veterinary or the vet's helper to show the correct method. Give the medicine to the kitten just as directed by the vet. Twice every day is not good enough if the kitten is supposed to get medicine three times each day. Young kittens like to eat every few time, about four times every day. At each meal, serve a saucer of fresh milk alongside a tiny dish of dried cat food. For just one or two of the foodstuffs, combine in canned food (beef or fish). In case the kitten gets diarrhea, swap to powdered dairy. In the event the diarrhea continues, reduce the amount of milk and the number of meals at which it is offered.