In the previous article, “Obesity in Cats,” we talked about the causes and treatment of the disease. In it, we noted that obesity develops gradually: from insignificant weight gain to a real threat to health. It is very important to notice in time that the contours of the pet began to “blur” in order to quickly adjust the diet and prevent the development of the problem. But how to do that? What signs indicate overweight?
Surprisingly, many owners do not even realize that their pets are overweight. A well-fed cat can look cute, and her increased interest in food can easily be attributed to her personal qualities: “Yes, he just loves to eat!” But, unfortunately, sooner or later, excess weight will certainly declare itself on the negative side – and, probably, in a categorical form. To prevent this from happening, you need to know what signs indicate excess weight, in order to adjust the diet in time and return the pet to perfect physical shape! Unfortunately, if you run this question, the “insignificant” excess weight will turn into already significant obesity. Continue reading