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Unread 04-19-2007   #1 (permalink)
Charles P
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Default My cat, 16 human yrs old, started eating more than 5 cans & 1 bowl of hard...

...food a day, I'm worried. Pls reply.
 
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Unread 04-19-2007   #2 (permalink)
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No - I think the question is: do you own Garfield?
 
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Unless the cat has figured out a way to open cans, the problem is easily solved.
 
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The cat can only eat as much as you put out, so it would appear that the problem is not your cat, it's YOU. Don't feed it so much. If you don't know how to feed it right, talk to your vet.
 
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well dont feed him that much and take him to the vet! Just because he purrs doesn't mean he is hungry
 
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You are the one in control of his diet.. Don't feed him as much.
 
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As cats/dogs get older, they get more lazy. They’ll want to eat more, sleep more, etc. It is natural for older animals to start putting on weight. However, it isn’t healthy for any cat to be eating that much. Limit your cats diet and don’t let her eat as much as she wants, since that isn’t good for any cat. (:
 
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Maybe your cat has a tape worm or something? Take him/her to the vet to get checked out
 
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