Cat Tip of the Day: How to Deal With a Lazy Cat

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We’ve all been there before.  Our alarm is going off and we don’t want to get out of bed.  Tossing and turning, moaning and groaning; just because we are too lazy to start our day off.  If that is how you act sometimes, then why can’t your cat be lazy, too?  Cats tend to be lazy all day, every day, which isn’t how you are.  It might take you a million years to get out of bed but you are still very productive throughout the day.  Your cat on the other hand is not.  No matter what you’re doing around the house, your cat is always lounging around or sleeping somewhere.  You notice that your cat keeps growing around the waist line.  This isn’t very healthy for your cat to be lazy all day and also gaining weight.  How in the world to do get your cat to step up their energy during the day?



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