Another question on how much to feed kittens I'm afraid. I see the prevailing advice here seems to be feed kittens as much as they want. But about 1.5 months ago our vet told us our kitten was fat, not tubby, no euphemisms allowed... fat This was after a period of illness where she stopped eating, so when she started eating again I spoiled her and was probably a bit generous with her food for 2-3 weeks and that's when the vet saw her and called her fat (she did have a bit of a belly.... ) She is now 6.5 months old and I have been strictly measuring her food. She was getting 120g smilla/bozita/animonda carny and 25-30g dry porta 21 sensible. But she's always looking for more so I upped it gradually to 160g wet, 30g dry (in 3 meals) I'm worried she might be hungry, so I'm wondering if it would be ok to give her food until she stops eating as I've seen suggested elsewhere, or bearing in mind the previous "fat" incident should I accept mine is a greedy kitty and needs to be monitered Thanks for any suggestions!