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What to Feed Your Kitten 

Choose a food formulated specifically for kittens, and make sure to offer canned food as well as kibble. Canned food provides more liquid, which helps tiny kittens stay hydrated. Plus, if a kitten isn’t introduced to a variety of foods when she is young, she may become a picky eater when she is an adult. 

Your baby needs lots of calories to grow strong, so offer plenty of food. You may want to free-feed kibble and supplement it with small amounts of canned food in the morning and evening. Throw away any dried-out food left in the bowl at the end of the day, and always provide plenty of fresh water. Remember that cats are obligate carnivores–they depend entirely on meat because their diet requires nutrients that are only found in animal flesh. 

The diet you select for your kitten should help her grow healthy and strong—another reason for regular health exams that include weight measurement. We’d be happy to help you select the most appropriate diet for your growing kitten.