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Cat Of College Campus Got So Fat, Students Created A Graph So People Would Stop Feeding Him

We all know how hard it is to say no to the adorable eyes of your beloved pet when it asks for yet another bite of your food. This college in California is facing a similar problem – they have an orange chunky cat named Cheeto living in their Physics Building. Apparently, people love Cheeto so much, they keep giving him food. However, as it turns out, Cheeto is getting enough food already so the students of the campus teamed up to put up hilarious posters informing other people that Cheeto’s insatiable appetite must be curbed.

More info: UC Davis College of Letters and Science

Meet Cheeto – the cat who lives on the premises of a college in California

Image credits: UC Davis College of Letters and Science

UC Davis College of Letters and Science in Davis has a permanent inhabitant around their Physics building. He goes by the name Cheeto and he is one chunky furball who’s loved by the students who go there. In fact, they love him so much, he keeps getting snacks even though he has a specially scheduled eating time.

Physics students are prompting fellow students to stop feeding Cheeto as he’s gotten too fat

Image credits: UC Davis College of Letters and Science

“Cheeto, the ginger cat who hangs out around the Physics building, is looking more and more like a cheese puff. Please don’t feed him. He’s overweight and squirrels eat the extra food,” they wrote on their Facebook page. The students have even indicated Cheeto’s kill count – ten rats, sixteen mice, seven gophers, nine blue jays, three rabbits, and eight squirrels.

They say that Cheeto is looking ‘more and more like a cheese puff’

Image credits: UC Davis College of Letters and Science

Below the feline body condition chart in which the obese cat is circled in black to indicate what Cheeto has become, the students put up a sign: “His name is Cheeto and he has a DESIGNATED feeder from the physics department every morning! We quite like this cat as he provides valuable emotional support when Physics shatters our souls.

He has become far too overweight and for his health, please do not feed him – no matter how much he begs! And he will beg. Because he knows we are suckers!

Also, the squirrels like to eat the extra food, and they are getting heart disease (see Figure 1).”

The physics students have even illustrated the correlation between Cheeto’s food ratios and squirrel heart disease on a graph

Image credits: UC Davis College of Letters and Science

Apparently, all the extra food that Cheeto does not finish is eaten by local squirrels. This also poses a problem for them as according to the students of the college, additional food correlates with heart diseases among squirrels.

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