You can feed your cat wet food daily.
Check the can or consult with your veterinarian for feeding recommendations.
In general, you can feed an average-sized adult cat one 3-ounce can per 3 to 3-1/2 pounds of body weight daily.
You should adjust this amount depending on whether you also feed your cat dry kibble.
How many times a day should you feed your cat wet food?
While kittens should be fed up to three times a day, once a cat becomes an adult (at about one year of age) feeding once or twice a day is just fine, says the Cornell Feline Health Center. In fact, feeding just once a day should be acceptable for the majority of cats.
Should I feed my cat the same food everyday?
There is no right answer to this question. As with most aspects of cat care, it depends on the individual. Some cats definitely do better when they eat the same thing every day. On the other hand, a diet that includes some variety does have its benefits, as long as your cat’s gastrointestinal tract can handle it.
When Can cats eat wet food?
When to Wean Kittens
Normally, the kitten weaning process begins at about four weeks of age. “With mom, they’ll start to try to eat her food, and she’ll push them away from her,” says Benson. But if you’re weaning a kitten that has been orphaned, you can start a little earlier, between three and four weeks.
How much food should a cat eat a day?
They’re little couch potatoes now, their nutrition needs are much lower, so it’s easy to overfeed them.” So how much food does your cat need? That’s a question best answered by a professional, though recommendations range between 24 to 35 calories a day per pound, to keep cats at a normal, healthy weight.
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