I got a kitten on Monday, and am really hoping to feed her raw, frankenprey if she'll accept it. But I weighed her yesterday and she's only 1.32lbs, which means I'm thinking she's only around 4 weeks old. I'm worried she's too young? And if she's not too young, how do I start. I've figured out she would need about 7.11 oz. of muscle meat, 0.12oz bone (which I'm worried she's to little to eat yet) 0.06oz liver and 0.06 organs a week to have the 80/10/5/5 ratio. Also just curious I don't like the idea of getting her vaccinated, but my dad tells me it's the law to get at least rabies, so I'm wondering if anyone knows if that's true? She's my first kitten, so I wasn't sure she was so young, we got her from a family down in town that was giving her away, she was in a barn, so I'm assuming she's seen her mom eat mice. Right now she's eating rachel rays nutrish, which I wasn't happy about getting but my boyfriend insisted she get kibbles at least for now, and two differnt kinds of canned food newmans organic and purina beyond. I also blended up a mixture of beef liver, egg yolks with shells, cooked eggwhites in tallow, gelatin, coconut oil, water kefir, and one smelt without a head. This morning I heated that up with some canned food and she seems to just like the liquid mostly. She seems to have only pooped 3 times since we got her so like once a day is that enough? I made the mixture because I was worried she might still need her moms milk, since I think she's only around a month old.I couldn't get into town to buy that replacement kitty milk, and also because I'm not sure whats even in there. Anyways I'm just wondering what I should do for now, especially if she is so young.