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Q: I have 4 cats, and 2 are overweight. How do i monitor the 2 Chubbies?

September 25, 2008 | By Rebecca G. | 7 answers | Expired: 2117 days ago

I stopped free-feeding, but how do i get the two to lose weight, without starving the other two?

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Laineskitchen
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Sep 25, 2008

I had the same problem with my two cats. I separated them at feeding time - one ate regular serving in the laundry room, the other ate at the same time - just in the kitchen. It worked!

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Sep 25, 2008

Perhaps if you seperate them. Feed them in seperate rooms.
Also maybe buy some cat leashes and take your cats for walks.

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Angie S.
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Sep 26, 2008

Great info on treating feline obesity can be found here:
www.felineoutreach.org/EducationDetail.asp?cat=Obesity
On an optimal diet, all cats will get to and maintain the proper weight without having to put two on a "special" diet and be hungry and have the others on another diet.

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