Monday MEOWsings: Project Slim Down combats cat obesity

BJ

BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

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  2. Well, let me just say that there are two fat cats who live above us and we can hear them as they tumble around on the floor they’re so fat. I’m thinking not good. But I don’t feed them.

  3. bjbangs says:

    Thanks for commenting. Obese cats are a huge problem, and a major contributor to diabetes. I have one very portly girl, who is 12. My three boys are slim and trim. Other cats for company helps because they have to interact. I dream about a kitty treadmill. She could work out with me…. Don’t see that happening.

  4. lynnkelleyauthor says:

    I never would have guessed that there’s a problem with overweight cats. I know about many dogs being overweight, but I find it surprising about the stats on a 15 lb. female cat being the same as a 218 lb. woman who’s 5′ 4″. A now there’s a reality show! Who woulda thunk?

  5. I have never given much thought to obese felines. who knew?

    • bjbangs says:

      Yes, guess alot of us, including me, fight the battle of the bulge. But with kitties, it’s hard to get them to exercise. Winter blahs…. they like to nap, and so don’t I when I can find some time.

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