AS to weight, my Harley weighs only 14 lbs according to the vet, but when I 
pick him up, I would swear he weighs at least 30.  My Casey has an eating 
problem, she wants to eat constantly.  I just ignore her when she starts pawing 
at me for treats.

---- Lee Evans <moonsiste...@yahoo.com> wrote: 
> Sounds more like you should find the little tub a restaurant home. Yeah. I 
> have several aggressive eaters in my feline family. I especially love when 
> they suddenly get and itch while walking with me to the food and plunk their 
> tubby rears down in front of me to dig a back foot into their ear, causing me 
> to pull up with a screech or topple head over heels over them. My one-eyed 
> boy with a meow like an automobile engine trying to start up with no 
> anti-freeze on a subzero Winter day probably weighs in at 70 pounds. Well, 
> maybe that's an exaggeration but when he sat down on my foot one day, it 
> actually hurt. I thought a boulder had landed on my toes. I have a lot of sad 
> cases to. Older cats losing weight, possibly from thyroid issues. Have to get 
> them tested. Rampant stomatitis which is controlled by cortisone shots 
> because I have no money or time to deal with more sophisticated methods that 
> may or may not work. And trying to earn enough money to keep up
>  with the mortgage because I'm not eligible for mortgage reduction on a 
> mobile home, even if it is double-wide and guess what? You can't get a 
> mortgage reduction if your credit is lousy because a mortgage reduction is 
> actually refinancing. So welcome to the Twilight Zone where if you don't have 
> money you can't have money and you won't have money ever again. The American 
> Dream. Yeah.


 
Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty neighbors 
too!





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