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I just had a couple of questions running through my mind, and just wanted your opinions on them.
-- I read that a kitten between 6 - 16 weeks, needs to be fed 4 times a day. But I've also read that 3 times per day is lots. I am currently feeding Dante 4 times a day.
I can feel his ribs, but just barely. Does this mean I'm feeding him too much? (Remember, he's getting a mix of dry & moist kitten food -- until we see the vet on Saturday.)
-- If I do decide to switch Dante onto raw foods. Isn't there bacteria in raw meat? I realize that when cats hunt in the wild, they're prey is raw meat. But their prey is also still alive.. So if I go somewhere to buy meat for Dante.. Is it different than eating in the wild?
Okay.. I think that's it for now. Thanks guys!