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My ponch

Dana OPrayDana OPray TorontoMember Posts: 283
edited 19 November, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Well after being on steroids for several months I have developed a ponch! All mums neighbours laugh cause mum takes me in the hallway at night to run up and down the hall (and my belly swings back and forth), but it doesn't seem to be helping. I eat my nutro indoor dry (mum lets us graze- eat) Any suggestions as to a good food to slim me down


  • Sharon BraatenSharon Braaten Great BarringtonMember Posts: 842
    edited 19 November, 2007
    I started a thread about "does anyone eat all wet food?" You should read it. Wet food is more like a cat's natural wild diet and has fewer calories and more health benefits than dry. Please read the link that Wally B posted about pet food.
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