When should kittens start eating solid food? - Oakdale Veterinary Group

Typically, a kitten would start to eat solid food at about six weeks and be fully weaned by nine weeks.

When should kittens start eating solid food? - Advanced Animal Care

I want them to start working on either canned food or dry food at that six-week mark. But once they're about 10 weeks, they should be consistently on dry food.

When should kittens start eating solid food? - Animal Hospital of Statesville

If you're bottle-feeding and want to introduce it, you should do so around roughly around five to six weeks, depending on the size of the kitten. You might not know the kitten’s exact age, but your veterinarian can do their best to estimate it.