As I’m sure most of us would agree, when the Coronavirus first showed its ugly head at the beginning of the year, one of my first reactions after my initial concern for my hubby and I, was how is this going to affect my cats? After doing some research and watching many YouTube videos, I have realised that it can affect the cats, it can affect anybody, but how do we handle this, and how do we keep everyone safe in our families, which include our furry friends?
This topic for me is so important because it is something that we all face day to day as humans, weight loss, or weight gain, whatever the case may be it is a way of life. So too should it be for our little feline companions. It is so easy to overfeed your cats, we love them, and one of the best ways to show this is to give them food, and more food! We cannot tell them verbally, although we do, how much we love them, so we show them by giving them the one thing they show they adore, food. But, when and how do you know when you’ve crossed the line and your kitty is a fatty?