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Nutrition

Nutrition is the cornerstone of your kitten’s health. “Kittens have nutritional needs that are different than those of mature cats. Feed your kitten a food that is made specifically for kittens. Pet food labels are required* to carry a statement identifying the life stage (or stages) for which the food is intended.” (PetMD.com)

“Kittens have different nutritional requirements at different stages in their development. After weaning, kittens do best on a diet formulated for kittens. Kitten food is more nutrient dense, supplying calories and nutrients in smaller amounts, easier for little stomachs to hold. Avoid adult cat diets labeled for maintenance; they don't have the higher protein and fat content.” (Vetstreet.com)

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