Infographic: Fit Cat or Fat Cat?

See if your cat is among the increasing number of fat or obese cats, and find out how to get your fat cat fit.

By Anastasia Thrift, Illustration by Tom Kimball, Design by Jerome Callens

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Fat Cat or Fit Cat?

Statistics show that cats are getting fatter. This might make you wonder a couple of things. First, could your cat be among this growing number? A visual test can get you started on answering that question.

The second question that can come to mind is: How bad is the problem? Check out this infographic for stats on overweight cats and obese cats, and learn how to get your fat cat back on track.

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BarbaraAtNutro    Morton Grove, IL

10/11/2014 5:39:38 AM

A good healthily diet, fresh water, and exercise are so important for a happy, healthy cat. The same applies for us. Play time is great for getting your cat fit and it is also great bonding time. My cat loves when we have playtime oh she loves to just snuggle too but she so enjoys our daily lay sessions. Love the article and cute graphics.

Misty    International

9/18/2014 10:08:44 AM

Ok, one of my cats is apparently obese according to these pictures. But my other cat is a senior and he is quite thin looking like the ideal weight picture but he does have a sagging belly. Does that make him overweight? Or just old?

Rufus    International

9/26/2013 7:47:40 AM

Cute Graphics

Connie    Pine Mountain Club, CA

9/21/2013 6:11:37 PM

Very helpful. Two out of my three felines are fit but the Persian mix - not so much. I have work to do and so does she. Thanks.

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