Not the Biggest Loser

omg…fat cat

I have no idea how this happened (okay I do) but Charlie’s now 30 lbs. Not too sure how to deal with this, as he, Misty, and Max share the same bowl of food.* He’s not much of an exerciser, either. Obviously. He’s 10 years old and in good health. They’re already on cat “weight control” food, more for him than Misty. Misty’s pudgy, but not overweight.

Has anyone out there been successful with helping one cat lose weight in a multi-cat household?

*Yes, Max eats cat food. He ignored the dog food and only ate cat food once I brought him here. So I took away his food and how they all eat from the same bowl of food. Okay, trough of food.

2 Comments

  • LadyGypsy hi!

    I don’t want to scare you off or anything, you probably know it yourself, but obesity is dangerous for animals as it dangerous for human being. My friend’s cat died from this condition of obesity, and my own cat is “chubby” herself so I have to deal with this problem too.

    Anyway you have to a very nice blog, and I enjoed reading your post…

    I hope you will find the time to visit my blog to 🙂

    http://beygale.blogspot.com/

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