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Cat needs to gain weight. What to feed? - The Cat Site

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You can add real meat up to 10% of her diet (after that, you'll need to ... I put my cats on a fully raw diet that she gained enough weight to make ...

The Best Ways to Make a Sick Cat Gain Weight - Pets

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... to eat more. Sneaking a few extra calories into his meals helps him gain weight over time. ... ... Changing the temperature of his food can make it seem more enticing. If he isn't ... Coffman is pursuing her personal trainer certification in 2015 .

Food to Help Your Cat or Dog Gain Weight - PetCareRx

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Apr 5, 2016 ... We spend so much time worrying about our pets (or ourselves) being overweight, we forget that the other end of the spectrum is a major issue ...

How to fatten up my elderly cat (kitten, eating, weight) - Cats ...

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My elderly cat is small (about 5 lbs) and doesn't have much weight to lose. We visited ... Any canned food will be better for her than a dry diet. What kind ... Warming the food slightly will make it more palatable. You can ... He did not gain weight, but this helped maintain his weight, and he perked up. Rate this ...

Food and Supplements for Your Senior Cat - Pets - WebMD

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What dietary changes do you need to make if he is diagnosed with a chronic ... Although many older cats are put on a lower-protein diet , there really isn't any ...

Helping my cat gain weight - Cats - MedHelp

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Jan 28, 2013 ... I feed him Blue Buffalo dry food and he gets moist food once a day as well as 4-5 boiled shrimp a day ... Tags: Helping, my cats, gain weight.

Anybody know any food to help cats gain weight? | Yahoo Answers

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May 26, 2013 ... She has always been a petite cat, but she got sick(cist) and lost a lot of weight. We can't really get her to eat much, and the food she does eat ...

Need suggestions to fatten up my male cat - Discussion on Topix

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Jul 5, 2008 ... The oil will make him gain weight and slick his fur which must be taking a .... I warm her wet food and give that 2 or 3 times a day, when she ...

How to Make a Cat Gain Weight

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Cat eating from food bowl with multiple other food bowls surrounding him. ... To safely gain weight, UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program says that the same  ...

Feeding Kitten Food to an Adult Cat - Feline Nutrition

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Nov 14, 2010 ... I've been told it's not safe to feed an adult cat kitten food, but she seems to be doing ok on this. ... For example, if your cat weighs 10 pounds as an ideal weight, her ... Then make sure that you feed at least that number of calories per day. ... If your cat does not gain weight after a few months of consumin...

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How to Promote Weight Gain in Cats - Pets

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Encouraging weight gain can be hard -- cats will do as they please -- but there are tricks you can use to get things ... Help her get with the program. ... If Kitty's not happy about the switch, add a bit of tuna or fish oil to the food to make it yummier.

What Can I Feed My Cat To Help Him Gain Weight? - Straight Dope ...

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My cat Smokie has gotten a bit thin in the past year. ... Baby food as a mixer is good - make sure it had no onion powder - just meat and broth. ... For her, I usually just sqeeze out some onto her dry food, or put a dab on a plate ...

High fat food for cats? - weightgain feline catfood | Ask MetaFilter

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What can we feed our cat to help him gain weight? ... Smelled like holy hell, but she liked it drizzled over her food. .... because it's notorious for making cats fat ( the individual pieces are bigger so it's easy to overfeed them).