Absolutely! Dry food only diets are perfectly fine for kittens, provided that you are offering a diet formulated for growth, like a kitten or all life stage diet.
Measure out twice the kibble weight in hot water adding it to the bowl. Allow the mixture to restMoreMeasure out twice the kibble weight in hot water adding it to the bowl. Allow the mixture to rest for 20. Minutes mash up with a fork. Creating a porridge like texture.
Eight weeks is a milestone age for kittens. They should weigh about two pounds, which means they're ready to be spayed and neutered! They're also fully weaned (you're done with bottle feeding) and look more like adult cats. It's a good time to start looking for their adoptive homes.
It's important that very young kittens have at least some canned food to eat as part of their diet. Very small kittens have very small teeth and can't chew dry food well. Without some canned food, they won't get enough nutrition to grow properly.
Any cat food labeled “for all life stages” is perfectly suitable for kittens and will provide them the nutrients they need to grow and fuel their play. Cat food, like kitten food, can come in wet or dry form.
At three weeks old, you can start introducing wet food to kittens. Mix the wet food with kitten formula to get the ball rolling. Either let the kittens eat the mixture themselves from a dish or feed it to them with kitten-specific bottles.
Kittens should eat 2 tablespoons or 30 ccs of formula per 4 ounces of body weight within a 24 hour period. Feed kittens less than 2 weeks of age at least every 2 hours. Kittens 2 to 4 weeks of age should eat every 3-4 hours. If they are sleeping for longer periods during the night, do not wake them to feed.