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"When she first contacted me and said she had a 40-pound cat, I didn't believe it. We hear that all the time. People get them in here, we weigh 'em and they're only 20 pounds," he said.
Dr. Brittney Barton, who was overseeing Skinny’s care, adopted the portly feline, who was found as a stray weighing 40 pounds. The cat now weighs 34 pounds; an average cat weighs less than half that amount.When the nearly 40-pound cat, named Garfield, was brought to the shelter on May 31, the entire staff immediately was smitten with him, . He loves to roll over for belly rubs and has a sweet disposition despite his imposing size, the site says.A 10-year-old cat named Garfield arrived at New York Animal Care & Control of NYC last week on May 31 after his owner died. The cat may bear the same moniker as a cartoon cat, but that’s where the similarities end: this feline weighs 40 pounds.This poor cat! His name is Meow and he is 2-years old and nearly 40 lbs! The poor guy as been bounced between a few shelters and now his latest one is trying to get him to lose some pounds so he can find a home! 40 lbs to a cat would be like 600 lbs to a human!A 2 year old cat named Meow has trouble getting around, playing with other cats, chasing mice, and fitting through designated cat toys... and it's probably because he weighs almost 40 pounds.
Meow, an orange and white tabby cat, is supposed to weigh around 7-12 pounds, but Meow tips the scales at 39 pounds and 10 ounces.
He is the equivalent of a 600 pound man!
Meow took a trip from the Santa Fe animal shelter he calls home, to make his TV debut on the Today show on Monday, joined by his veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Steketee, who is helping him shed a few pounds.
She says he has already lost 2 pounds on his special diet.
Meow was brought to the shelter by an elderly woman who could no longer care for him.
The shelter plans to post updates on Meow's weight loss on their Facebook page, and one day they hope he gets adopted into a loving home.Two to 3 extra pounds (.9 to 1.36 kilograms) for a cat is equivalent to 40 pounds (18 kilograms) for a human! No wonder we have such an epidemic of obesity. Furthermore, cats that have been spayed or neutered use fewer calories than intact felines, so they often don't need to eat as much; they put on pounds because their owners offer too much food and not enough exercise. Never put your cat on a diet, or switch to "diet food," without first consulting your vet. Drastically changing the amount or type of food your cat eats can invite digestive problems or deplete crucial nutrients. The vet will determine if your cat has health problems in addition to being overweight. She'll then suggest the right food to attack the problems, or an eating regimen, including portion sizes, to tackle weight loss.Meet Garfield, the fattest cat in a U.S. Animal Shelter. 40-pound (18 kg) Garfield was brought to the shelter after his elder owner passed away.DIARRHEA OR STRAINING TO PASS STOOL
• Dog: 0.2-1.0 ml per pound every 8 hours (approx. 1 tablespoon for a 40 pound dog or 1 caplet)
• Cat: 1-3 ml every 12 hours (approx. ½ teaspoon for an adult cat)
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