You can feed her raw meat, like chicken thighs, hearts, livers, gizzards, and tiny pieces of chicken wing or just the wing tip (bones). Smaller birds like quail or cornish hens are better, for a tiny kitty, though. You could also try slivers of raw beef, as in heart, liver, kidney, or regular muscle meat humans eat. No bovine bones, though...too big. Cut the meats into small bite sized pieces and see if she'll eat it. Most kittens are willing to eat almost anything, and raw is one of the healthiest foods for a carnivorous cat. Raw meat is much better for them than cooked meats, since it contains enzymes and vitamins which are lost through the heating process.
Caution: organ meats like kidney, spleen, livers will cause loose stools, give very small amounts with mostly muscle meats like hearts or thighs, legs (without bones).
Meat with bones like chicken wing tips or quail can be served as is... with bones, it will have a constipating effect, so don't give too much of that.
Fatty meats are good too, cats can process fats so much better than carbs in commercial food.
Last edited by TabbCatt; 09-15-2015 at 11:28 AM.