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I recommend that you talk to your local veterinarian about the number of calories that your cats should be eating. While the formula you used can give an estimation of the number needed (you did use the formula correctly) this is only an estimate for the resting energy requirement. The true number that your cats need will depend on a few other factors including activity level, overall health, age, and size. Your vet knows your cats and they can give you the best advice on the true caloric needs for your cats.
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