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Well, I just came back from my Annual Vet Visit and vaccinations. I also had adult wellness bloodwork done, hopefully that will be fine, everthing seemed to look OK, except~
The Vet told Mom that at 13 lbs, 6 ozs, I am about 2 lbs overweight, whoops!
The Vet suggested going to a low calorie food and portion control . I also have a Sister, who is younger (I\'ll be 3, at the end of March), and i admit, I like to snack on her food too.
Right now, I\'ve been eating Eukanuba Dry and Wet food. (And some of my Sister\'s Hills Dry Food).
Any suggestions other than what the Vet had, and does anybody know of some real tasty low calorie kitty foods?
We know that you don\'t really put kitty\'s on diet\'s and any weight loss has to be gradual, but, we\'d welcome any tips.