The diet of a Siamese kitten should be healthy and balanced. You do not need to feed only protein or plant foods. He must have his own, strictly designated feeding place. There are a number of products that you can safely feed a Siamese kitten.
Meat and meat products. Pour boiling water over raw frozen beef before feeding. You need to give at least 30 g per day and no more than 500-1000 grams. Boiled chicken breast is allowed to be given every day.
By-products (liver, heart, lungs, kidneys). Give only frozen and boiled. Please note that the liver can change the color of the coat of white kittens to yellowish, therefore it is not recommended to give it in large quantities. Freeze all meat given to the cat raw in the freezer and pour over boiling water just before feeding.
Boiled or raw chicken yolk can be given 1-2 times a week. Quail eggs are best fed raw along with protein.
Milk and dairy products. You can cook liquid milk porridge for kittens. From fermented milk products, try to offer kefir, cheese, non-sour cottage cheese can be mixed with sour cream or chicken yolk, giving 3-4 times a week.
Give vegetables and fruits both raw and cooked, mixed with meat, in a ratio of 1 part vegetables to 2 parts of meat. This will help prevent constipation in the kitten. The same goes for rice. To do this, mix boiled meat with rice in a ratio of 1 part rice to 2 parts meat.
Drink water purified and preferably raw, in no case mineral. Clean fresh water should always be readily available to the kitten.
In no case should Siamese cats be given a number of products: chicken bones, fish bones, pork, poultry meat (except for chicken and turkey). Fatty, spicy, salty, smoked, fried foods. Sausages and canned food intended for people. Sugar, chocolate, candy, cakes and everything sweet. Chocolate can even kill the animal. Potatoes, legumes, salt, spices. Medicines, incl. vitamins intended for humans. Many drugs that are safe for humans can cause severe distress and even death in cats.