Dont beat yourself up about this. You did the right thing. Judging the way your dog acted the last days, it was the humane thing.The poor thing was in pain, the way the he looked at your eyes...he was trying to talk to you. Dont think one more day about the "should ofs" cause that will drive you crazy. We all have said that in our life times...believe me....Ive been there so many times. Said that the same thing....should i..??. You can go back....only forward. You have fond memories and please remember the good times.
I hope I can get a clear answer about how much wet food to give to 3 and 4 month kittens. They have their dry food at all time in their respective bowls and they have the dispenser one gallon water container all the time. They seem they always hungry. I am getting mixed messages from people how to feed and how much wet food kittens should get. My son....who's not a specialist by no means.. he wants me to save money told me that they should only need 1/2 of a can of a big can....for both of them...for the whole day. Is this true...??
Whenever I go to the kitchen they are following me as if they are hungry all the time. They have their treats, which I give them at night. As I said, their bowls with dry food and the water at their disposal all the time. Why are they wanting for more food. Should they need more than 1/2 can of wet food like my son said. Then I look at the labels on the cat foods that I was shocked when it said.. you should feed kittens 1-2 cans a day... What is the right amount for kittens..??....their names is Boo..all black weighs 5 lbs and Tiger...orange tabby.. weighs 4 lbs.. their adorable. I don't want to overfeed them nor underfeed either. Please advise.
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