Do you have a fat cat — literally? Is your cat a sprawler and not a brawler? Is his favorite activity being a couch potato? Well it's not easy to get your cat moving and grooving but you can put your feline friend on a diet. These articles and blog can help you slim down your pal!
Of course if you have more than one pet, putting your cat on a diet may not be easy. What tips do you have to slim down your feline friend?
My cat Charlie is a bit chunky but he's also very long in the body. He will swipe my dog's food if his bowl is empty. He also has decided that he like's my dog's canned food too and will get in front of her to eat out of her bowl. So sometimes we have to pick him up and scoot him out of the way so my dog can eat her food. The do both get snacks throughout the day.
How about your pets? If they have to go on a diet, how do you do that?
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