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Generally, it takes up to 10-20 hours for a cat’s digestion to be complete. This is the time it takes for the full digestive process to be complete.

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This means that the time it takes for food to travel from the esophagus to the rectum, exiting as cat poop, will take between 10 to 20 hours.

How Often Should I Feed My Cat? Most vets agree that a strict schedule of two meals a day is best for your cat, to avoid digestive issues.

Kittens may need a more frequent feeding schedule, as opposed to adult cats. Consult your vet to make sure that you’re doing what’s right for your cat’s health.

Having a strict feeding schedule can help remedy a stressful situation since the habits tell your cat that everything is OK. But, some say that there are three approaches to feeding your cat:


1. Controlled feeding Cat owners will provide cat food for their pet at certain times of the day, usually once in the morning, and once in the evening.

2. Non-controlled feeding This method will not allow you to monitor your cat’s food intake, which can result in overeating and the development of digestive disorders and diabetes.

3. Combined A combination of a strict schedule and free feeding. This suggests feeding your pet wet cat food twice a day on schedule, and giving them dry food if there's a need during the day.

It's important to keep your cat's digestive system in order, and here are some ways to do it: • Feed them only the best food • Regularly add probiotic • Introduce changes gradually • Monitor their diet

Swipe up to learn more about types of food to avoid and types of food that will help keep your cat’s digestive system in perfect balance.