If your kitty is growing up or you’ve been recommended a specific food by your vet, you may be wondering how to transfer your cat onto their brand new cuisine. Let’s explore how we can do this without upsetting your cat physically or emotionally!
Change the food over a couple of weeks
Any sudden changes can lead to your furry friend turning foe…especially if they enjoy the food they are currently on or are prone to an upset tummy. 💩
Easing them into their new food over a couple of weeks will ensure that they gradually adapt to the new diet without any surprises.
Ensure the accurate amount per serving
Ensure that you are providing the correct amount of food depending on your cat’s weight (or ideal weight if they’re hoping to shed some pounds)! You can find these recommendations on the back of the food packaging.
Remember you can always ask to check your cat’s weight with the vet - it’s a good idea to keep an eye on any changes, especially when they’re growing out of those cheeky teenage years! We recommend that you weigh your cat every 3 months.