Kitten - up to 1
Nutrition and Feeding
Pet food labels provide basic and limited information on ingredients and nutrient levels. We believe other considerations must be recognized when deciding on which food to feed your cat.
No single food is appropriate for all lifestages of your pet. This article teaches owners about the changing nutritional needs of their pets from puppy and kitten to adult and mature adult.
Selecting the right food for your kitten is a key to quality nutrition and a long, healthy life. Learn more about how to select the right kitten food.
How, when and what to feed your new kitten is an important decision, learn more about the things to consider for feeding your kitten.
It is important to provide your kitten with fresh, clean water at all times
Learn more about foods that can be harmful to your cat or kitten's health. For the safety of your kitten, avoiding these foods is important.
Once you have talked to your veterinarian and chosen the right Science Diet® cat food, you're on the right track to giving your kitten the healthiest life possible.
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) is natural omega-3 fatty acid essential in the development of the brain and nervous system in young mammals.
A quick recipe for homemade treats for your cat.
In a study done on homemade pet foods, more than 90 percent of the homemade foods were found to be nutritionally unbalanced and incomplete for pets.
The right combination of proteins is essential, but your cat needs help achieving the correct mix.
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