The main factor contributing to fat cats is over-eating. While cats will usually eat until they're full, they can get into bad eating habits, just like their house of human teammates.
Cat food has about twenty-five calories per ounce, and cats need about twenty-five calories per pound, which works quite well , but can be a pain to constantly measure . I stick to a cup of food, once per day for kittens, or twice a day for larger cats.
Like humans, cats need movement to burn calories! A great bonding activity with your cat may be doing something about your friend Chase.
Over time, as your cat loses weight, you'll notice it becomes more spirited. Again, think of cats the same way as people.
To lose weight, they need to burn more calories than they take in, thereby reducing food intake and adding exercise works wonders.
Don't expect anything to happen overnight but conscious decisions about helping your cat lose weight you will rejoice their company for lots of years .