Synopses & Reviews
Fat cats may look cuddly and adorable, but they are at risk for serious illnesses such as diabetes, arthritis, and liver disease. Help your cute kitty slim down with the ten simple steps in My Fat Cat
• The proper way to feed a cat
• Toys that will really get your cat moving
• Advice on dealing with older cats, outdoor cats, multiple cats, and cats with special needs
Featuring tests to rule out serious health problems, analyses of cat foods, real-life cat weight loss stories, and tips from top veterinarians, My Fat Cat offers creative and entertaining ideas to help your pet lose weight and live healthy.
About the Author
has been a guardian to two cute but compulsively feasting felines and volunteered at the SPCA and the Liberty Humane Society. Founder of Moving Stories, Martha lives in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Deborah Greco, D.V.M., Ph.D., is a staff endocrinologist at The Animal Medical Center in New York.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents:
Foreword by Deborah Greco, D.V.M., Ph.D.,
The Animal Medical Center.
Chapter 1 Find Out If Your Cat Is Really Fat
Chapter 2 Prepare for Your Vet Visit
Chapter 3 Rule Out Other Health Problems
Chapter 4 Learn What to Feed Your Cat
Chapter 5 Change How and When You Feed Your Cat
Chapter 6 Exercise Your Cat at Home
Chapter 7 Explore the Great Outdoors with Your Cat
Chapter 8 Help Your Older Cat Adjust
Chapter 9 Deal with a Multi-Pet Household
Chapter 10 Maintain Your Cats Healthy Weight