Health

February 2007 Issue

Obesity: A Major Health Risk

A reduced-calorie diet can help most cats lose their excess weight. Here's why it's so important for your cat's health.

For the first several years of her life, your cat Tina was slim, agile and remarkably athletic. In the past year or so, however, Tina, formerly light on her feet, has become heavy in her body. You can no longer see or feel her ribs. She seems to have accumulated a pad of fat over her spine, and it even appears that she’s developing quite a potbelly.

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