It is crucial to emphasize that a cat can become malnourished and ill if they go without food for even two days. Theoretically, cats can go up to two weeks without eating, but, they probably won’t last longer that three to four days.
Kitten needs to eat a lot. It’s crucial that you keep an eye on your kitten’s growth and responses to feeding and adjust the serving sizes as necessary. Until they are weaning age (about three to four weeks old), kittens need formula.
You should introduce a feeding schedule, to make it easier to manage your kitten’s diet. The only kind of milk you should use is special kitten milk. By the time they are 6 months old, you should try to reduce the servings to 2 meals per day.
Kittens might refuse to eat due to several reasons, such as infections, dental issues, digestive problems, stress, anxiety, or something unsettling about their surroundings.
Lethargy and other consequences of insufficient energy intake may soon result from this, and it might occur in a matter of hours
If kittens aren’t fed enough, they can quickly experience organ failure.