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Ok, so I don't have any updated pictures, but Tigg has gotten very fat, especially after his neuter. I noticed on another thread someone said their vet told them they couldn't put a kitten on a diet food. My vet said the opposite. He said that if it has enough protein, it is fine as long as you switch them back when they reach the target weight. Soooo, I bought some Chicken Soup adult lite dry food (32% protein, 9% fat), so that he can eat more. I do this because I was trying to do the "right" thing and feed less of his normal food, but when he was hungry, he became destructive and would tear into bags and stuff *sigh* Anybody else have the same problem? I bought some Nature's Variety raw frozen for Tigger to share w/ his canine friend, but I'm afraid if I only fed him the raw he would be destructive when he was hungry, lol....