Ok so I've been really strict with my two but they're still putting on weight. Gypsy is now 5.2kg (vet says she should be 4.5kg). Kiera is 4.2kg (vet says 4kg) I feed them 65g of dry a day between them. It's a mix of RC young female and Orijen - they pick out the RC and only eat the Orijen if they're really hungry. And they get 2 pouches of Schmusy a day between them. Gypsy mostly eats the dry and Kiera mostly eats the wet. According to the packaging this is the lowest amount 2 adult cats should get and to me it doesn't seem much. They're both fairly active - especially Kiera. As far as I can work out, they don't hunt (well spiders and flies they do but I've never seen any evidence of anything bigger) Nobody else is feeding them - they stay in the garden mostly. Kiera doesn't really seem bothered by food and never begs. Gypsy on the other hand is always always hungry - she would happily eat twice the amount I give her. Worming is up to date for both of them. So my question is really what can I do to stop Gypsy feeling hungry all the time but still lose weight. I've tried giving her all her food in one go in the hope of filling her up for longer and I've tried spreading it out over the day. It seems to make no difference to her appetite at all. Any ideas?