My cat is so skinny that I can feel her bones. She’s a beautiful gray and white tabby, but her thin frame is a cause for concern. In this article, I will explore the reasons why my cat is so skinny and what I can do to help her gain weight.
The Skinny Cat
My cat’s thinness has been a source of worry for me since I adopted her. She’s always been a small cat, but recently it has become much more pronounced. Her ribs and spine are visible, and her fur has become thin and patchy. I can feel the sharpness of her bones when I pet her.
The underlying cause of her weight loss is unclear. She’s always been a picky eater, but she still eats a good amount of food. I also make sure to give her plenty of fresh water. I’ve taken her to the vet for a check-up, but everything seems to be normal.
Feeling Her Bones
The feeling of my cat’s bones is both worrying and heartbreaking. I know that she needs to gain weight, but it’s hard to know what to do. I’m trying to feed her a variety of different foods to see if she’ll eat more, and I’m also giving her treats to help her gain some weight.
I’m also trying to make sure she gets plenty of exercise. I take her for walks and play with her every day to keep her active. I’m hoping that with some patience and a lot of love, I can help her gain some weight and become the healthy, happy cat she deserves to be.
My cat’s thinness is a cause for concern, but I’m doing my best to help her gain weight. With a balanced diet, plenty of exercise, and lots of love, I’m hopeful that she’ll soon be a healthy, happy cat.
As a long time cat owner, I have come to realize not every cat is the same when it comes to their personalities, energy levels, and yes, even their weights. My current beloved pet, is a tiny and thin cat who I can’t help but worry about constantly.
Though she has the same food, toys, and love as the rest of her furry family, my cat is remarkably skinny. Even after weight checks and numerous trips to the vet, her low weight persists. With each affectionate hug and pet, I can’t help but feel the thinness of her back and sides, every rib, shoulder blade, and hip clearly defined.
I know there are risks of feeding an already thin cat too much food, but I want her to be healthy, happy, and well nourished. In addition to providing her with a comfortable environment and providing plenty of human affection, I’ve been researching cat nutrition via reading blogs, pet health books, and speaking to veterinarians.
While my cat’s welfare is more important than anything else, I would be lying if I said her tiny size doesn’t sometimes evoke a feeling of sadness as I can physically feel each of her little bones. But at the same time, I know I’m giving her the same care and love many other cats receive.
All I hope is that with a little bit of luck and a nourishing diet, my little kitten will gradually make the progress I’m wishing for and eventually become the fit and proper feline she deserves to be.