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“He’s adorable when he’s my chubby!” A month later, your hubby turns into a miniature meatball. Ouch!

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We have the option to control our calorie intake, cats do not. We often take on a healthy lifestyle, whether that’s ‘for beauty,’ ‘for health,’ or ‘for some other goal’… cats do for survival.

One of the nasty problems we give our cats aren’t those delicious itty-bitty pieces of cat snacks, but it’s the amount, the one-to-many we unconsciously reward them with. Let’s control their obesity. Making our puurrrr-fect feline friends live healthier so we both can be together longer.

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The Obese Kitty

“Obesity in cats is definitely a growing problem,” says Carolyn McDaniel, VMD. “About half of all cats that have gone to veterinary clinics these days are overweight, if not obese.”

Behavioral Traits

1. Often appears exhausted and lazy to move around

2. Hesitate when jumping onto furniture

3. Resist playing games

4. Have difficulty grooming properly

5. Have matted hair (cat knots!) on the back or tail area

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Body Shape Test

1. Is it difficult to see your cat’s waist?

2. Is it difficult to feel her ribs or spine?

3. Is his or her abdomen sagging?

4. Does its cheeks swell up like a hamster?

The Obese Dog

Behavioral Changes

1. Continuous panting after a short walk

2. Difficulty moving around

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Body Shape Test

1. Is his abdomen slightly tucked when viewed from the side?

2. Is his waist distinct when viewed from above?

3. Can you feel his or her ribs?

4. Are his pelvic and collar bones prominent?

5. Is he or she free of visible fat lumps and bumps?

So if you answered yes to any of these questions. Don’t panic, after all, a majority of cats and dogs are obese! So, the question that matters is what’s next?

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Cat Weight Reduction

1. Use moderate amount of canned food, which typically has a higher protein and lower carbohydrate content than kibbles. Since canned food is 90 percent water, this will also increase the cat’s fluid intake.

2. Encourage feeding hours instead having a bowl with the continuous all-you-can-eat buffet.

3. Weigh your cat’s food per meal!

4. More play time and lots of walk

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Dog Weight Reduction

1. Monitor your dog’s food intake. Get him the right food and the right amount depending on his breed and age.

2. Limit or eliminate treats.

3. Exercise and have fun!

THERE’S NO MAGICAL PILL FOR WEIGHT REDUCTION! It’s the slow and gradual, one paw in front of the other–that’s the way to go… so and we have a special treat for your pet.

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