Feeding Multiple Cats Different Food

I have two cats, an 11 year old and a 4 month old. The 11 year old eats special food, with no protein, because he has bladder and kidney problems. The kitten eats her own high-protein cat food. The older can't eat the kitten's food and the kitten shouldn't eat the low protein food.

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I feed the 11 year old on top of the refrigerator. The kitten cannot get up there yet, but I think within the next few weeks he will learn. How can I feed them separately without monitoring what they eat (just leaving food out for them all day). Since I am not home all day, I feel I cannot lock the kitten up until I get home. Any suggestions?

By Carol from Wauwatosa, WI

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July 14, 20100 found this helpful

That's a toughie! About all you can do is feed then pick the food up and do this a few times a day. Cats prefer to 'graze' but they can't with this problem going on.

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