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According to Dr. Joyce, obesity in domestic felines has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S.
“Overweight cats are that way because of overfeeding and lack of exercise,” she says. “Some cats are good at regulating their food intake, but others are not. If too much food is made available to them, they will eat it.” Indoor cats generally don’t have much stimulation in their environment — they aren’t stalking, chasing, jumping.
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During the economic meltdown, families are looking to cut expenses, including their pets’ health care costs.
Tip No. 1: Don’t Skip the Annual Checkup
While it may be tempting to skip your cat’s annual or biannual veterinary appointment, you may end up paying more in the end.
Fur balls occur when cats clean themselves, ingesting their own fur. While these are common, be sure to brush your cat’s coat on a regular basis so that this doesn’t lead to serious, and even fatal, problems.
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