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i feed my eight week old a combo of wet and dry. the wet food she gets recommends 1/2-3/4 can per 1 and 1/2 lbs. (she weighed 1 and 1/4 a few weeks ago but has grown so i don't know what she is now)...the dry food says 1/4-1/2 cup day for her age. now if i'm doing half wet, half dry for her daily total intake...i need your opinion on how i divvy this up. right now i am currently feeding her 1/4 cup dry and 1/2 can wet food. all these fractions are getting confusing!!! is that close enough to right or sound okay?
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Dont worry about the recommendations... A wise woman always reminds me Feed and treat the cat not the dish or the bag ... give her what shell eat
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I agree with Sharky. At that age, I would put food in front of her for 15 minutes, 5 or 6 times a day...let her eat at will each time...to her heart's content. If you can't offer that many meals then leave it down longer or leave her the dry to snack on while you're away. Baby kittens need to eat many small, unlimited meals.
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