Kittens who are six weeks old should eat kitten kibble mixed into wet food. You can start to separate the wet food and kibble, but do so gradually so the kittens won’t have digestive problems.

Does a 6 week old kitten need milk?

Most kittens need to be nursed by their mother or fed kitten formula from a bottle until 4-5 weeks of age; however, this isn’t a hard and fast rule. Weaning can take place later if a kitten is underweight or ill, and it is important to use your best judgement when weaning.

What do 6 week old kittens drink?

When a kitten enters in fifth or sixth week, you should try to put it on solid foods. It should be weaned off after four weeks. However, weaning is a gradual process. You should try giving kittens a mixture of KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer) and dry kitten food (3:1) or KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer) and wet kitten food (2:1).

How often does a 6 week old kitten eat?

By six weeks of age, a kitten should be eating the gruel four times a day and nursing less. The gruel should become less and less watery and dry kitten food should be introduced, along with a bowl of water. At the end of week six, decrease meal times to only three times a day.

Can 6 week old kittens eat baby food?

Kittens are ready to try solid foods at 4 weeks old.

Weaning a kitten from a 100% milk diet to solid food is a delicate business. Some kittens might start showing interest in their mother’s food from 3 weeks of age. Most will be ready to be introduced to kitten gruel by 4 weeks of age.

Do 6 week old kittens need water?

Leave the kitten with its mother until its at least 4-6 weeks old. Kittens learn to eat, clean themselves, and drink water from their mothers as they grow.