We recently bought a new kitten. We was told she was 8 weeks, but she certainly wasn't - we worked out she was 6 weeks. We have had her a week now and she has been suffering with the runs since she got here. We had an appointment with the vets on Wednesday but she passed a stool which looked fine so we cancelled thinking she would be OK as we had wormed her (Spot-On Dewormer). Unfortunatley we was wrong, so we have taken her to the Vets on Saturday who gave her an anti-biotic injection and some ear-drops plus some Royal Canin Gastro Intestinal food. At 400g in weight we was told to split the 100g packets into about 6 portions - feeding 3 times per day (about a teaspoon a time). She seems to be on the mend already but the poor mite is starving. Is this right that she is so hungry? She hasn't been to the litter tray for a #2 since she has been on this food which in one sense is good as she is getting the nutrients, but are we now underfeeding? The kitten is restless, and is scrounging for food. Its heartbreaking to see but we want what is best for her and trust the Vets. But should we consider feeding a little more or mixing dry food in with the wet??