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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Fattism and human hypocrisy.

My friend Boomer liked his grub.
"Fat cats" is a term of insult among humans, when applied to other humans that are rich. And now there is growing "fattism" applied to cats.
Vets are campaigning to slim us down, arguing that obesity isn't good for our health.
But look at the humans all around us. They are huge...not just tall and large but round with gigantic drooping bellies. How can they talk! They should start slimming down and eating less, before they lecture us about it.
It's unfair. It's one rule for cat and one rule for humans. Some of them even restrict our food, weighing out a daily portion. Meanwhile they are gorging on three meals a day, snacks in between, unhealthy crisps, burgers, KFC chicken, chocolate, doughnuts, cake and take away Chinese.
Hypocritical humans! Down with feline fattism.


 

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4 comments:

  1. We think we should have unlimited treats!!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  2. Totally agree with The Florida Furkids' comment! Yes, please....unlimited treats!
    Chico

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  3. That's what they say: being fat, over-weighted or obese is not good regardless if you are a cat, a dog or a human! Just that humans are more eager to preach than to follow their own advice! They curb our portions not theirs! Phew!
    Shumba

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