I just got three kits and they'd been eating what their former owner literally called "the cheap stuff" all their life (which is three months, by the way) and for their first two meals, I gave them tuna (a can around one inch tall and three inches in diameter to share), and the next two meals I gave them raw eggs. I feed them three times a day. Once in the morning (around 8am) once in the afternoon (around 3pm) and once at night (time varies). I do this because I heard with kittens, until they get older, they're supposed to eat 3-4 small meals a day.
I've also given them walleye (found it in the back of the freezer. It said it was a year old, Dad said it was still good but a bit freezer-burnt, so we gave it to them and they went rather psycho over it) and bite-size pieces of chicken. Also, they took to raw immediately, no hesitation.
*In the first couple days, they threw up (I wasn't there, but it seemed to be once after tuna and twice after eggs). It hasn't happened since but I want to know is it normal for that to happen after switching to raw? My dad says that the food was probably a lot more rich than they're used to, like eating fast food all your life and then eating steak for the first time.
*Is the one can of tuna I mentioned above big enough for a meal for the three of them to share? And how many eggs is good for a meal for the three of them? They always act like they've never seen food before when I bring it for them, so I worry the meals I bring are TOO small. I don't know if they're just being dramatic or what.
*Is there anything I seem to be doing wrong that I don't realize? Totally new to kit motherhood and raw feeding (though I've done my research) so I could use some feedback.