OK, so we've had Harry and Sabrina for nearly a year now. When they arrived Harry weighed 4.2kg and Sabrina 3.9kg. The vet thought these weights were OK. They were 2 and 3 when they arrived so are now 3 and 4, and they are domestic Moggies. We've noticed that Sabrina looked to be putting weight on, but she is a greedy girl who supplements her own diet with mice occasionally Harry seemed to have lost a bit of weight, but that said, he has gone from being a very scared and withdrawn boy to a happy boy that can spend hours playing. I weighed them yesterday and Harry has dipped to 3.9kg and Sabrina has gone up to 4.5kg. We feed them a 200g tin between them of quality wet in the morning (usual German suspects... Grau, Macs etc) and then in the evening they get 150g of raw between them. Harry also gets a very small amount of dry (about 5-10g a day) as he likes to graze all day between mad bouts of play, Sabrina doesn't like dry so never eats it. I am concerned that Sabrina is overweight now but don't want to cut back on their food as their coats are amazing, they are a picture of health. Equally I don't want to increase Harry's dry (I reluctantly give it to him as it is), also if I increase their wet, Sabrina will just eat more anyway They are cats that take a couple of hours to eat their wet, although the raw tends to be gone in under an hour, so they graze rather than wolf down. I am right to be concerned about their weights? Or should I relax a bit knowing I have healthy, happy cats?