How much should I feed my kitten?
There is a question that asks for this kind of thing, here’s the question
I adopted a cat’s been together more or less for a year now and I usually I love the puppy as a pet cat but this one caught my attention, she is pregnant now and he barely ate anything except drinking milk.
Whether it is good? She’s so skinny as hell but she has such a large pregnant belly and this morning he appears are feeling the pain, I think to help her give birth to children in the home, when she doesn’t ready to give birth to I know yet, but now I think maybe I should take her to the vet and they definitely know what they’re doing, because I don’t know what to do. Is it normal for her to not eat as much while pregnant?
What is it normal for her to not eat as much while pregnant?
Yes, it is normal just in General, that is clearly the cat will soon give birth, and it should be noted that after the cat gives birth to kittens that are definitely more than one, to note in the giving of food for the kittens.
The first step, 24-48 the first hour each cat in need of 1 ml milk per hour. Every day, increasing the number of meals per meal with 0.5 ml up to a maximum of 10 ml/food is reached. The kittens will need to be 9-12 times per day. During the second week, they should be at 5-7 ml per feeding. On the third week, they must begin on cat slurry 3 times a day and bottle feeding continued. By the fourth week, they must accept the 4-6 milk bottle a day plus the slurry should be given 4-5 times a day. Midnight meal can be reduced and then eliminated after they ate porridge either. They can be completely on solid food by 7 weeks of age.