A Cat On A Water Treadmill

Buddha weighed 31.4 pounds when his owner died, and he ended up at an Animal Rehabilitation Center in Franklin, Tennessee. The cat experts think that he ate too much human food and became obese.

They have given him a strict diet and 21 minutes a day on a weight-reducing water treadmill.

He lost 5 lbs so far, but the goal is for him to weigh 20 lbs.

It is unthinkable to see cats in water, however, he seems to enjoy it.

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Does this look like a sad cat to you?

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