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Daily Feeding Guidelines (cups*): For Less Active or Overweight Cats: 5 lbs. – 1/4 cup, 10 lbs. – 1/2 cup, 15 lbs. – 3/4 cup, **16+ lbs. – 3/4+ cup. For Active Adult Cats: 5 lbs. – 1/2 cup, 10 lbs. – 3/4 cup, 15 lbs. – 1 cup, **16+ lbs. – 1+ cups For Kittens; Pregnant & Nursing Females: 5 lbs. – 3/4 cup, 10 lbs. – 1 1/4 cup, 15 lbs. – 2 cups, **16+ lbs. – 2+ cups *Standard 8 oz. dry measuring cup.**For cats over 16 lbs., please visit www.naturesvariety.com. Sudden changes in diet can sometimes result in digestive disturbances. Overfeeding is a common cause of digestive upset. Do not overfeed regardless of your pet’s acceptance and eagerness. Always introduce any new diet over a period of 5 to 7 days, mixing increasing amounts with the present diet. Keep fresh water available at all times and offer plenty of exercise.