How Often Should You Feed A Kitten 4 Weeks Old?

6 times a day

How often do 1 month old kittens eat?

The following is a general eating schedule for newborns and young cats: Newborn kittens may nurse about every 1-2 hours. At about three to four weeks old, they can be offered milk replacer from a bowl and then small amounts of moistened kitten food four to six times a day.

How much wet food should I feed my 4 week old kitten?

Feeding: Offer wet food 2-3 times a day (each kitten will be eating a little over one can of food per day). Leave down a bowl of dry kibble and water for them to eat and drink at will. If you have a litter with a mom cat, she should only be allowing brief nursing sessions, if any.

How do you take care of a 4 week old kitten?

How to Take Care of a 4-Week-Old Kitten

  • Keep Warm. At 4 weeks, kittens’ bodies are just becoming able to regulate temperature on their own.
  • Feed Properly. Four-week-old kittens are not ready for solid food.
  • Handle Business.
  • Socialize Thoroughly.
  • Seek Vet Care.

How long can newborn kittens go without eating?

If kittens are very young (less than three weeks), and after four hours the mother has not returned, you may conclude she has abandoned her kittens. As tiny kittens easily become chilled and dehydrated, this would be the time for human intervention, which means bottle feeding them until they are 4 weeks or older.