Kitten food top tips
-If you have two kittens, or another cat, give them separate bowls and feed a little distance apart to avoid food-stealing or bullying.
- If you have an older cat (or a dog) prone to food theft, invest in a microchip-operated feeder for your kitten.
-After the meal, allow your kitten time (around an hour) to digest his food before playing with him.
-Store opened wet food in the fridge, allowing it to warm up to room temperature before feeding.
-Keep dry food in an airtight container to retain freshness and quality.
-Nix things up by putting kibble in puzzle feeder toys that he has to knock about to release food, or use his brain to work out how to release the pieces.