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attention Peets...the competition
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http://11alive.com/life/life_article.aspx?storyid=76516

and we should note that this cat gets only a cup of kibble a day and weighs 45 pounds and is healthy according to his vet.

personally, i think it's a tabby thing. tabbies just get booty. my alice eats no where near the amount co shovels in and co is an aged super model on crack and al looks like a tabby striped fire hydrant.

people are obsessed with what they cannot control. what they cannot admit they cannot control. you cannot change your genetics and you certainly cant ascertain another persons gene make up just by looking at them. helpful hints about what will work for others and 'their problem' may work for you but are entirely inappropriate for others.

why obsessive behavior equals health just eludes me. dragging a sick mind around is a lot more harmful then some extra pounds.

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Because you are only giving him a cup of food a day, it is causing his metabolism to slow down. You should feed him small amounts over the course of the day, several times a day, to keep his system moving.


have you contacted PETA about this outrage?

well considering HE'S NOT MY CAT and lives in another state, i'm not feeding him anything, so therefore, technically ,he should be dying of starvation or perhaps posing for a fashion shoot.

reading with comprehension is fundamental...but apparently no longer considered necessary . i did so try to use very, very small words and to make the subject for each verb glaringly apparent.

the real owner of the metabolism challenged cat can be contacted through the link- perhaps you can educate him and his vet on the issue. i'm off to feed my cats twinkies and beer.

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