Weight Control in a Two-Cat House

Exercise alone won't help a cat lose weight. The two cats may need separate mealtimes.

By J. Veronika Kiklevich, DVM | Posted: Tue Jan 11 00:00:00 PST 2005

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You might want to try to limit the amount of dry food that Maggie eats. Over the years many of my clients have solved this problem in different ways. You might try placing Tozi's food up on higher grounds, preferably a place that Maggie is unable to reach. Then you'll want to place a little food down lower where they both (or probably primarily Maggie) have access to it. If all else fails, you might consider separating the two during mealtime.

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Janet    Bethlehem, PA

8/3/2013 6:27:32 AM


Shirley    Newbury Park, CA

8/17/2011 12:05:49 PM

Very interesting article. I had no idea that dry food had so many carbs and that like humans they make you gain weight. I always feed my two cats, 1 very large and 1 small the soft food for a treat. Now with your information I will start feeding them wet food.
What is the best brand of wet cat food.

Janet    Bethlehem, PA

6/12/2011 7:46:02 AM

good article, thanks

Janet    Bethlehem, PA

2/20/2011 6:37:34 PM

important information, thank you very much

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