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Response to Bertha Venation (Original post)

Sun Jul 7, 2013, 10:40 PM

6. I've had obese kitties, my vet said they are just like humans, sometime no reason

unless you feed your kitties on a schedule (twice daily) and can regulate the food in separate rooms, it's darn near impossible to get them slim. If they would just walk on a leash.....


My Picasso, a big fatty, lived to be 13 wound up with a tumor in his throat and we had to put him so sleep. He was a rescue and I rescued him extra large. He was my head butt buddy, couldn't wait for me to get home so he could jump up on my desk and give me head butts.





I also forgot my Roscoe, 18 lbs, rescued him at 7 years old, he lived to be almost NINETEEN. My sweetie has Nugget, TWENTY TWO lbs, and can look OVER the kitchen counter when he stands on his hind legs. Our vet says he is simply gigantic.

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