Hello, it's been a long time since I've been on here but I'm desperately in need of help with getting my cats back to a healthy weight. It started slowly after they were neutered in 2011 but with a hectic life and health issues, I let it spiral out of control. I have 6 cats, two of whom have a pouch but seem fine in every other regard (males, 4.9kg/4.7kg) and could maybe stand to lose a little bit, one who is a bit porky but wouldn't take too much work (male, 5kg), one with a big pouch (male, 6kg) and two whales (female, 5.9kg and 6.7kg). I figure that a good weight for the two smaller boys and the girls would be 3.5-4kg and the larger, stockier boys would be about 4.5kg. They are indoor cats and I play with them as much as I can keep them interested, the slimmer boys are very active, the other two boys are quite playful but they can lose interest and the girls just have small bursts of activity. I'm buying them individual feeding bowls and plan to feed them in seperate rooms 3 times a day. I used to feed them MACS, popping down an 800g tin whenever the bowl was empty but after we got them temporary biscuits when our order was delayed for an extended time, we could not get them to touch wet food again. I've been giving them Sanabelle Urinary for about a year now and they've gotten even fatter. I don't have the budget anymore to switch them back to wet food and a recent change to Sanabelle Light hasn't helped too much. Due to some further issues, I'm changing them to Sanabelle No-Grain with Poultry with my next order, approximately 4 calories per gram. I have found loads of conflicting information on how to work out how much to feed them to lose weight at a safe pace or even to calculate their required calories. I'm terrified of feeding them too little and I'm hoping someone can help me work this out in a reasonable manner. Thanks for any help!