Jinjila (details) is a little princess in the cat world. She has a good appearance and gentle personality. How often should jinjila be fed in the feeding process? How much should be quantified? The newly born kittens mainly obtain the nutritional energy needed by their bodies by breast feeding. At this time, the female cats will pay attention to feeding the kittens. After the successful weaning of the cat, the owner will start to worry about the cat’s diet.
Feeding pet cats should be based on the actual situation of cats to develop feeding programs. For example, feeding young and old cats should follow the principle of less food and more meals, while adult cats should be fed 1-2 meals a day.
Two to five months old kittens are in the growth period. The fast growing kittens need more nutrition and energy. Moreover, the gastrointestinal function of the kittens is relatively weak, so it is important to eat less and eat more. The smaller the cat, the more times it feeds each day, and the food prepared is easier to absorb and digest. The best is to mix cat food with cat milk powder, stir well and give it to the kitten.
Cats are basically carnivores, so they need more animal protein. In addition, if calcium intake is insufficient, it will lead to incomplete growth of bones, teeth and claws; if taurine is insufficient, it will cause blindness or heart muscle disease; when vitamin A is insufficient, it will also cause visual impairment or skin condition deterioration. These nutrients can be considered to be given more. The calcium demand of young cats in the development stage is 40% higher than that of adult cats.