Cat Obesity Is Your Fault, Not Your Cat’s

You Might Not Realize You’re Overfeeding Your Cat

I remember once suffering through a brief roommate situation with an individual who had two exceptionally plump indoor cats.

The cat owner’s solution was to feed the cats in the morning before work, while also investing in one of those timed feeders that dispenses a set amount of dry food at set intervals throughout the night.

Unfortunately, the feeder was clearly broken to the point where each night, when they couldn’t get to their food, the cats would whine and wail as if being tortured by some demonic presence. These felines were basically forced onto some weird offshoot of a crash diet, which isn’t good for anyone’s metabolism.

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