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Unread 01-30-2007   #1 (permalink)
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I have a friend who really spoils her cat. We like to call her cat Garfield because it was so lazy. She doesn't even notice that the cat is really overweight. I had asked her to put effort on the cat's exercise so as to shed off some pounds. Obesity issues are also important for cats right?
 
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Cats can develop problems just like humans. It is important not to let your cats or dogs gain too much weight. My cat PJ is a little fat, but not to the point she cannot run, jump and play. She doesn't eat very much, but she doesn't run around as much as she use to. We have to watch her to make suere she doesn't gain too much.
 
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Maybe what you need to do to that cat is take her to the vet and get advised on dieting. Maybe they are also feeding her wrongly like. Feeding her more carbos that protein and the sorts right? They really can develop other sickness also due to that. So you better advice you friend to find an Odie to keep Garfield busy.
 
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