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Saturday, October 6, 2007


I thought that obesity is a problem of humanity. I did not know that in Sydney Australia, people were having problems about their obese pets! According to veterinarians in Sydney, 40 percent of dogs and 33 percent of cats in Australia were obese. It was posing a great concern to pet owners. It was only in Australia that I saw people bringing their dogs to oxygen cubicles. Anyway, if it would be good for people, it would be good for pets too. I wonder, when would they start bringing their pets to aerobic classes? Just kidding!

Look at this cat above! It has a 23 inch waist line. Isn't it big? This picture is courtesy of

And this one that the woman carries... It looks really heavy! This picture is courtesy of

And look at this dog? Isn't it cute? Observe how big it has grown since it is a puppy. This picture is courtesy of

But this one above looks lonely. It must be affected by its figure. It may feel very unattractive. This picture is courtesy of

1 comment:

  1. Yikes ! any animal that big cant feel god at all we had a basset hound along time ago that was overweight and in the summer time the heat eventually killed it, since then I have kept my animals fit


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