Hi all, hoping for some advice. As you may know, our little Clawdius recently came to us from a rescue. He had only been there for about 10 days before we took him home, and he came in as a stray. Staff at the rescue didn't know what his history was before that - how long he had been a stray, if he had ever been owner before etc (although I think he's too good with people to be completely wild)... My question is - I have always been told that cats will not eat unless they're hungry, unlike dogs, so as long as you're being sensible and giving them the right food, they should be fine. But since we got him home, he is eating everything! He cleans his bowl instantly, and cries for more, and always seems to be hungry. Should I continue to feed him when he wants and trust that he won't over eat? Or is this a natural thing, having been a stray, that he will try to eat as much as possible 'just in case', and should I try to teach him about regular, small meals? Many thanks!