Do you have scheduled feeding times? Seeing as she is still a kitten, she is probably not overeating. Also, are you giving her kitten food? I didnt think weruva had a kitten formula, it may be lower in calories that what she needs.
I can't tell you how much to feed Emma, but she is still a kitten even though she's an older one and, therefore, still growing so you don't want to necessarily feed her a certain number of calories based on her current weight. If you can look down and see her waist she is not overweight. If you can feel ribs, she is underweight.Going back to my original issue - how do I figure out how much should I feed her?
Sometimes Emma licks up the gravy, then comes back later when the food is drying out. Some of the time she prefers Evo (pate style), but most of the time she prefers Weruva.
I bought a bunch of Evo flavors and am trying to determine if there are any she likes. This has proved difficult, as she seems to have different likes at different times.
For example, last night before bed I gave her some Weruva and some Evo. When I got up, she'd eaten the Weruvo but not the Evo. However, just before her normal feeding time, she finished the Evo. I gave her some fresh Weruva and Evo and she ate some Evo and ignored the Weruva. As of the moment, she's eaten most of the Weruva and only a bit more Evo.