How much do Siberian cats eat?

If you’re the owner of a Siberian cat, you may be wondering how much food your kitty needs to stay healthy and strong. While it varies from cat to cat, some general guidelines should help you determine how much to feed your beloved pet. In the following paragraphs, let’s take a closer look at providing a Siberian cat.


How Much Food Does a Siberian Cat Need?


An adult Siberian cat should consume about 40 kilocalories per pound of body weight, which breaks down to about 1.1 ounces per pound for dry foods and about 1.6 ounces per pound for wet food daily.

For an adult 6-pound Siberian cat, that equates to 6.6 ounces of dry food and 9.6 ounces of wet food (canned) every day split evenly over two meals if desired.

Of course, you should always speak with your veterinarian to determine what kind of diet best suits your Siberian cat’s health needs.

The above equates to approximately 1/4 cup of dry food per day for every 4 pounds they weigh.

This amount should be split between two daily meals—a morning meal and an evening meal. For example, if your cat weighs 12 pounds, it should receive 3/4 cup of dry food daily, split into two meals of 3/8 cups each.


Dry & Wet Food


Make sure to purchase high-quality dry food that is specifically designed for cats. Avoid foods with excessive fillers, such as corn or wheat, as these can cause cat digestive issues over time.

Cats also benefit from wet or canned foods that are high-quality and free of preservatives and chemicals. You can feed them 1/2 can of wet food per day, split into two meals if desired.

Keep in mind that all cats have different nutritional needs and requirements based on age, activity level, health history, and other factors. Please consult your vet about the best diet for your feline friend before making any changes to their diet or feeding routine.




Siberian cats need approximately 1/4 cup of dry food per day for every 4 pounds they weigh—split into two meals throughout the day—and up to 1/2 can of wet food if desired. Invest in quality dry and canned foods designed specifically for cats.

Hence, your pet gets all the nutrition they need without adding unnecessary fillers or chemicals. Above all else, please consult your veterinarian before making any changes to your pet’s diet so you know exactly what is right for them! Then, with care and proper nutrition, you will have a happy and healthy Siberian cat to love!

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Michael Grover

About Me I have been a pet owner for most of my life. I am now retired and spend my days writing about problems relating to cats, dogs, and funeral poems. I am passionate about stopping animal cruelty in any shape or form. My passion is to help people like you identify behavior problems in cats and dogs. That is what I do. Over the years of my life, I have always kept cats and dogs. About four years ago I retired and found I had a lot of time on my hands, so I started to write all about dog and cat problems. It was suggested that I start up a website and publish my words to help people with their pet problems. I am still writing every day and hope you find my articles useful. Regards Mike Grover

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