The short of it is, I’ve introduced liver to my 6 week old anemic kitten’s diet. I gave him a small amount with his dinner. I’m wondering, should I feed him a small amount daily? Or less regularly? Our full story below: One week ago today I started caring for a stray kitten, about 5-6 weeks old. He was very skinny, lethargic, and had pale gums and tongue, but I got him to eating and drinking by the end of the day. The following day I took him to a vet. She seemed optimistic about his anemia (“it’s not the worst I’ve seen”). He received flea treatments, deworming and his first booster. It’s a week later, and he seems to have improved maybe a bit, but nothing too notable. He’s eating like a champ (Blue Buffalo canned kitten food), drinks lots of water, has regular bowel movements. Loves pets and cuddles, can climb stairs and walk around, but shows no interest in anything other than people and food. He’s a sleepy boy. He’s mostly outdoors as I don’t have the ability to keep him indoors. He only leaves the porch to poo or follow me to my RV. I’ve noticed some behaviors such as sometimes drinking rain water from planter pots or wherever it puddles, rather than his fresh water. As well as licking the concrete porch (or possibly the dirt from it). Clearly, he’s seeking nutrients. After a bunch or googling, I decided to introduce some liver into his diet. I mixed a tiny square of it into his dinner and he was wild about it. I know that too much liver can lead to Vitamin A toxicity. I’ve also read to have liver be no more than 5% of a cat’s diet. I’m wondering, does that same percentage go for young kittens as well? Can I feed a bit to him daily, or should it be less regular? In all my searching, I can’t find a recommended amount or schedule for feeding liver to a kitten. I’m keeping a close eye on him. He has a vet appointment again in two weeks, but I may take him in sooner for more testing just to be certain of any ongoing cause for his anemia which may need medical treatment. In the meantime, I wish to do what I can to help him nutritionally. Any guidance will be appreciated. Thanks!