Prevalence and risk factors of obesity in an urban population of healthy cats

@inproceedings{Colliard2009PrevalenceAR,
  title={Prevalence and risk factors of obesity in an urban population of healthy cats},
  author={Laurence Colliard and B. Paragon and B{\'e}atrice Lemuet and J. B{\'e}net and G. Blanchard},
  booktitle={Journal of feline medicine and surgery},
  year={2009}
}
The incidence of overweight in cats has been reported in various studies to range between 6 and 52% depending on such factors as gender, neutering, age, being cross-bred, living in a single or two-cat household, no dog living in the household, inactivity, feeding fresh meat or fish, eating a premium or therapeutic food, distribution of food on a free choice basis and owner underestimation of their cat's body weight or body condition (BC). The purpose of this study was to assess the prevalence… Expand
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