Multi cat households can be a nightmare when it comes to feeding because there are always cats that I like to call Gobblers and those I like to call Grazers. Some cats prefer to just eat a little when they want it throughout the day and a dry diet can be perfect as it can just be left down without the worry of it going off or attracting flies. The problem surfaces when you also have Gobblers in the same household. You know the ones I mean? The ‘If I eat faster I’ll get more’ types. These are the ones that run round shoveling food in faster than they can chew it, the ones that more often than not regurgitate it in small piles all over the house for you to find later. I know a few Siamese cat owners will know just what I am talking about!
These Gobblers often end up overweight. This is particularly the case in adult neuters and those indoor cats that just don’t feel the need to exercise! Being over-weight can affect your cats health and can in many cases shorten their life-span. There many things to help the situation but as always prevention is better than a cure. Try the following tips to make sure that everyone stays at their ideal weights.
Of course at the other end of the spectrum are the fussy ones – the ones that just seem to turn their noses up at whatever you offer them! Of course, a cat that suddenly develops a fussy attitude can be a sign that something is wrong but if it is just your cats character than there are many things that you can try. For instance:
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Tina is Siamese and Oriental cat breeder and regular contributor to Siamese Cat Breeder. Breeding and showing her cats and kittens under the prefix Mullsi, Tina can often be found at Cat Shows.