Cat Care – Handling an Overweight Cat

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To view the next video in this series click: http://www.monkeysee.com/play/1346 In this video, Dr. Candy Olson demonstrates techniques for doing an at-home exam, giving oral medication, trimming toenails, applying eye and ear medications, grooming tips, and much more. A variety of tips are given for each sub topic; each section was filmed with one of her real patients!

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blamshiza says:

I need some of that special chow for fat cats

eedobee says:

Thanks for that statistic for about cat lives. I came here curious, but
have been frightened into the need for action. My 5 year old kitten is
overweight, and is always the first (of two) to cry for food. Any tips on
helping cats adjust to lifestyles changes?

Sierramus Prime says:

my cat is sooo fat!! I want to put him on a cat diet and exercise
plan…yaaaay youtube

Ketchme17 says:

I laughed so hard when you said “if you give cats wet food, make sure you
don’t give it to them first thing in the morning”, because my mom every
morning at 6:30 am is woken up by our cats because she feeds them wet food
after she wakes up. The bigger problem is that they of course do it on
weekends too, when she doesn’t want to wake up early! It’s terrible!

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