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By Jeanna S. / Friday 23 November 2012 15:10 / United States
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By  KingCeltic77  |  18

When your cat is too lazy to lift himself out of his own feces, you know it's time to put him on a diet. On the bright side, you don't need to waste money on a cat bed. Like Puss n Boots in Shrek 4.

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By  zakkyzebra  |  11

That sounds like this one time we thought our super fat dog was just being lazy, as he was also laying in his own waste... He died...

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  zakkyzebra  |  11

Yeah.. I was the one who found him and figured out he was dead... I was like 7 or 8 at the time, too, and he was my best friend :/ But you know. Shit happens!

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  israelnotjacob  |  20

The cat I had growing up was a little overweight, but if you seriously are that neglectful of your pet that you let him get so fat he can't even get out of the dam litter box you don't even deserve to have a pet.

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  tehcyberman  |  9

29- No... OP's cat is Garfield.

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  happle  |  21

15-I always give my cat more food than he needs and he's not overweight. Maybe OP needs to teach his cat moderation.

By  KingCeltic77  |  18

When your cat is too lazy to lift himself out of his own feces, you know it's time to put him on a diet. On the bright side, you don't need to waste money on a cat bed. Like Puss n Boots in Shrek 4.

By  evilplatypus  |  35

Wow. I'd say its time for a diet. They make some pretty quality diet foods for cats; I'd consult the vet ASAP. It isn't fair to the animal and is cruel of you to have let it get to this point.

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  WhisperSoflty  |  20

Not only does the cat need special diet food, he needs it in moderation. It really is beyond me why people are so scared to control feed their animals. It's almost as if they're worried about underfeeding, so they overcompensate. What they don't realize that being overweight can be just as detrimental to an animals health as being underweight.

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  Isoldael  |  25

-nods- I just sold a snake hatchling to this guy with clear instructions to feed it every 6-8 days (normal for a hatchling). Instead, he fed it every 2 days, potentially causing massive internal damage, because "it looked hungry" -.- So yes, the human factor might be in play. On the other hand, there are quite some disorders / diseases in felines that can cause overweight without overfeeding, so we can't really blame OP without more information.

By  Pleonasm  |  31

He didn't feline getting up. Good strategy, he got you to do it like a pussy. Fat chance of him doing anything unless you start cutting the kitty fat.

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  bandeek  |  30

Why would you make a pee pun. There's nothing in this FML that makes your joke make sense.

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  WhisperSoflty  |  20

51 - except for the part where it clearly states in the FML that the cat was laying in its own waste. Urine is a type of waste. Reading comprehension and basic deduction skills: use them.

By  Moep20  |  24

Wow, that is kind of sad. Do you give him too much food or does he get it somewhere else? If you caused this: YDI and please stop, being overweight is not very healthy for cats. If your neighbour feeds your cat or your cat hunts too much: YLS

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  TheDrifter  |  23

Somehow, with the cat being too fat and lazy to exit the litter box, I don't see hunting bring its favorite pastime. Also, please don't let cats wander people. The world has enough feral cats

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