http://conny``manero.weebly.com/blog/march-04th-2017, however, that was not the only problem.
At 14 lbs the vet was of the opinion that Holly is overweight. I asked him what I could do about this. After all, it’s not like I can deprive her of food or feed her salads, carrot sticks and celery.
The vet had three suggestions: switch to weight management food, replace a bowl of food with a catmosphere, and increase playtime.
This advice was followed up right away. I switched Holly’s food, bought not one but catmosphere balls and ordered a toy online.
While the weight management food was a hit, the catmospheres and the toy was not. Mickey, Charlotte, Gabriel and Holly looked at the balls, didn’t know what to make of it and even seemed afraid of them. I demonstrated how to get the food out of the balls, but no, they wanted nothing to do with them.
As for the toy … I saw the 3 tier ball toy advertised on Facebook, the kittens had lots of fun with it.
Catmosphere $7 (x2) … take it away
Ball toy $20 … afraid of it
Red ribbon $0 … loads of fun
Cats ... can you figure them out?