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Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Does your cat go overboard at dinner time? Perhaps it howls for titbits or turns cartwheels when you open the fridge?
Moggy may have an eating disorder and you're likely to blame for it!
Vets researching the behaviour say your feline's obsession with the friskies, can indicate ‘psychogenic abnormal feeding behaviour’. Oh dear!
Other symptoms of the condition, include a bottomless appetite and ‘food related aggression’, such as grabbing the cat food tin with their paws and ‘growling and hissing’.
While there is little mention of eating disorders among animals in scientific literature, the vets speculate that they could be associated with stress in early life.
Advice from the intrepid researchers, includes not feeding your cat near the dinner table and rather oddly, not letting puss watch you as you eat your tucker.
A little tough love may be needed to calm that food-obsessed wild-cat in your household. I hope Felix doesn't take it out on the furniture in retaliation!
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