When kittens are young, their GI tracts are still developing, their stomachs are also small and unable to hold the amount of food that their adult stomachs will be able to hold.
This can be avoided by feeding several small meals throughout the day. Being natural "grazers," kittens thrive when fed freely because it gives them more energy.
Meals can be made more palatable and easily digestible by moistening the food or including canned goods. Your kitten has already attained the majority of her adult size by the time she is 4 months old (with the exception of large breed cats like Maine Coons).
You can now switch to eating on a schedule and feeding twice a day. It is advisable to give each cat or kitten its own bowl if you have more than one so that feeding can be adapted as needed.
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