Take the swing out of your cat's step

07/10/2013 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

Veterinarian Jeff Kahler explains that the pouch of skin seen flapping between some cats' hind legs is the result of fat accumulation, not a problem with a previous spay. Dr. Kahler writes that caloric requirements are lower for spayed and neutered pets. Consulting with a veterinarian to develop a diet plan is the best way to help pets shed excess pounds and maintain an ideal body weight.

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