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Feature May 2014 Issue

Help for Obesity

Smaller, more frequent meals may help obese cats

According to new research, feeding your overweight cat more frequent, small meals throughout the day could help increase his physical activity and ultimately help him to lose weight.

I think veterinarians will be interested in this information because it gives them evidence to be able to recommend something to pet owners that could help with feline obesity and diabetes, said study leader Kelly S. Swanson, PhD, associate professor of comparative animal nutrition in the Department of

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