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How to deal with an overweight pet

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How to deal with an overweight pet

Post by Sunrise on Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:58 pm

I have 2 cats that are not siblings. One practices self-moderation when it comes to food. The other, well, she thinks that she is a dog and wolfs down her food and is always hovering not too far from the food bowl. Winter is the season when she gains most of her weight. I try to moderate her food by creating a separate enclosure where the other kitty can eat freely. I want both of them to live to a ripe old age so I have got to do some moderating myself and be persistent. Smile

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Post by njcookies on Sat Apr 09, 2011 4:47 pm

The vet recommened that I not keep crunchies in my room when Buddy was very heavy, so he had to go downstairs to eat and would get some excercise.

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