You know most of us end up gaining weight during the holiday season. It's the time of the year when we get to dive head first into lots of delicious food, after all! And when we gain weight, we start to get very self-conscious about our bodies. Most people don't enjoy it when they get a big fat belly, in fact, they do whatever's necessary to get rid of it as soon as possible. But in reality, everyone can end up with a big belly sometimes, just like this extra thicc sphynx cat named Amsterdam! He even loves showing off his big belly, and teaches everyone that it's not something you should be ashamed of! Well, why have abs when you can have kebabs, after all, right? Scroll down and continue to read if you want to learn more about this adorable plump cat!
You see Amsterdam here sitting just like a human, probably contemplating about his life.
And to be perfectly honest, we do the same most of the time as well. Just spending our days sitting and thinking about our lives...It's all very relatable. You can also see the other sphynx cat Amsterdam shares the house with named Neytiri laying down right next to his giant belly.
Amsterdam is trying to get into his sleeveless hoodie for some cozy time here.
His owner Jana Martinka said: "I thought it was hilarious but also very special for me to see them like this. The reason why he was sitting like a human was because we have an infrared heater on the wall and the cats love to sleep there."
It's possible for you to help your cat lose weight, however.
Even though Amsterdam seems to be happy with his belly, some are concerned about his weight. It's cute and all, but a cat must be in good shape to be healthy. What we actually mean by that is, the cat must have an even muscle mass, a well-proportioned body, and has very little abdominal fat.
How to understand if your cat is healthy?
We have this infographic just for you to determine if your cat is healthy or not. You can help your cat lose weight by investing in some new toys to encourage him to be more active, changing his diet, and maybe getting a workout buddy that can help them run around.