Amy, I can't remember now...but, has he been checked for hyperthyroidism?  If 
he is eating that much and still not gaining weight....just curious.

Debbie (COL)
"The time is always right to do what is right" -  Martin Luther King

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> Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 06:00:21 -0400
> Subject: [Felvtalk] Supplements for Grrr
> Thanks for all the ideas and advice. I had thought of kitten food but thought 
> it best to steer clear for the reasons mentioned- concern about kidney 
> function- as we are already worried about that. The dang cat eats just FINE- 
> he eats like a horse, and is easily eating twice what the other two are, 
> maybe combined. I'm wary of getting into another bought of testing to 
> determine why he's eating so much and still wasting away- see my previous 
> thread. Very hard to do lots of intensive vet work with this cat. I'm going 
> to try baby food as I think we'll be able to add it to his 'normal' rations 
> without issue. He's still king of the roost- hardly has to look at the other 
> two and they scatter to the wind. I think baby food will be viscous enough 
> for him to nosh in one go with the dry. We have also begun giving him bits of 
> chicken throughout the day- if he didn't think he was special before...... 
> well, now his crown is almost visible. Thanks again all-Amy
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