There’s just more cat to love...
Charley is an eight-year-old, full-figured, black female feline. She was surrendered to the BC SPCA Trail Branch in August, 2012, after her guardian found her to be too heavy to care for.
She is a mellow cat who loves to sleep in cat houses, cuddle up on the couch or quietly watch everything you’re doing.
Charley says the camera adds 10 pounds, but she still looks lovable as ever, and looks fabulous in floral!
Due to Charley’s ongoing battle with her weight, she came in with really bad dander. She has recently had a hair cut to help treat the condition.
Charley is seeking supportive home that could help her get back in shape with good old fashioned diet and exercise. Her goal is to slim down with a new guardian who loves her no matter what size she is.
Much like her human friends, she would do well on a portion controlled, doctor (veterinarian) recommended diet. If you can help her cut down on snacking, she'll be back in her “skinny collar” in no time.
Can you help Charley make a lasting lifestyle change so she can live a long, happy life?
In all seriousness, feline obesity can lead to major health risks and shortened life spans for our feline friends and therefore a veterinarian should be consulted.
Some simple ways to control and reduce obesity in cats are: increase exercise by providing lots of cat toys and playtime, cutting down on treats and feeding them at scheduled mealtimes rather than free-feeding.
If Charley sounds like the companion for you, please contact the BC SPCA Trail Regional Branch at (250) 368-5910 or email@example.com To view more adoptable animals, please visit the BC SPCA Pet Search site.
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