By Meredith Ganzman
Bronson’s owners call him a gentle giant. But they want to help the three-year-old cat, who weighs more than 30 pounds, get a little smaller and a whole lot healthier. When couple, Mike and Megan, adopted him, Bronson was up to 33 pounds.
So they changed his diet and implemented an exercise routine, which includes playing more with toys and walking up stairs. And Bronson is already losing weight.
Experts say cats have to shed the pounds very slowly or they risk developing Fatty Liver Disease, which can be fatal.
Bronson wanted to take a second to thank all of his new fans and also everybody that’s been cheering him on since the begining He’s also asked us to let everybody know about his blog we’re in the process of putting together. We’ve been getting a lot of questions asking about his current diet, exercise routine and advice for feline weight loss. We want his blog to be a place where we explain all of that information. It’s been hard to answer so many questions, so the point would be to have a centralized place with all that info. . We also just started a Facebook page for him. It's mostly for people that have requested it who don't have IG, but we're also going to be posting a little different content on there, in case people are following both accounts. There's a link to his new FB page in his bio. Thanks! -- . . . #weightloss #weightwatchers #weightlossjourney #weightlossmotivation #weightlosstransformation #gobronsongo #getbronsonskinny #gato_cats #cats_ofinstagram #cat_features #catstagramcat #excellent_cats #bestmeow #bestcats_oftheworld #sweetcatclub #thedodo #catsofworld
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Mike and Megan say Bronson is the sweetest cat they’ve ever met, and they are so happy to have him. And maybe soon he’ll be fit enough to use the pieces they design from their cat furniture business.