October 9th is National Pet Obesity Awareness Day, but obesity is a problem for our pets all year long. It’s important to learn the causes, the ways to spot the problem, and how to fight obesity to keep our cats healthy. Here’s what you should know about feline obesity.
October 9th is National Pet Obesity Awareness Day, but I get angry when someone shows me a picture of an obviously obese cat at any time of year. It’s because the root cause of the problem is the cat’s owner, and feline obesity says more about that owner than the cat.
Obesity is a growing problem in cats. It’s estimated that ten to 30 percent of the cats seen by veterinarians are overweight. There’s a good chance their life span will be shortened because of it! Here are some tips to get your cat in shape and keep them that way.
Most cats love food, but for some, eating disorders can cause health concerns. While human eating disorders are well known, feline eating disorders aren’t commonly understood. Here are five cat eating disorders that you should know about.
Being overweight can be detrimental to a cat’s health. But, just like crash dieting is a bad idea for people, it’s a really bad idea for cats. If you want to help your kitty lose weight, follow these tips to make sure you’re doing it safely.
Almost a dozen of the deadliest diseases for a dog or cat are examined along with treatments, mortality rates, and potential cures for the afflictions.
For pet owners who think they’ve tried everything to get their pet to shed some excess pounds, a solution may be available, albeit from an unlikely source: television.Reality-TV show The Biggest Loser pits humans against each other, and the one who loses the most weight in the shortest amount of time wins a cash prize. […]