You're cat is probably too fat.
A new study finds that the average weight of a neutered, domesticated house cat has been climbing steadily for decades.
The team at the University of Guelph looked at 54-million weight measurements of 19-million cats to reach their conclusions.
Researchers found that male cats typically reach higher overall weights than females, and spayed / neutered cats were more likely to pack on extra pounds. The cats were also heaviest when they were between six and 10-years old.
Read more about the study here.
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