If it’s not one thing, it’s another with Farrah Abraham … and this time, it sounds like she’s got NO patience to deal with any controversy!
The Teen Mom alum clapped back hard at social media criticism early this week, opening up to defend herself over a video she posted to Instagram . In the short clip, she’s shown dancing in a sexy red bikini and thong while aboard a barge, and while a friend plays the violin. Soooo … what’s the problem, then ?!
Well, mommy shamers were quick to accuse Farrah of doing her dance in front of her 10 -year-old daughter, Sophia . While it wasn’t originally clear whether her only child was even on the boat at the time( Farrah later confirmed her daughter was, in fact, there ), that didn’t stop IG commenters from GOING IN on the former reality TV star.
Here’s the supposedly super-controversial video in question, BTW 😛 TAGEND
Commenters care, apparently, because thousands came out of the proverbial woodwork to blast the single mom.
” Your[ sic] a disgrace to your daughter. ,” one commenter wrote beneath the video, while another added 😛 TAGEND
” Your 10 yr old watching behind the camera is the worst part !! Mom of the year right there !!! I feel so bad for Sophia…you severely need help !!!”
Yikes! The comment section further devolved from there, as you can imagine…
RTAG 9 TTAnd remember, again, at the time of most of these comments, Farrah had yet to come out and even corroborate Sophia was on the barge. The former Teen Mom icon merely did so after the backlash hit, when she spoke to TMZ about the whole thing! RTAG 10 TTFarrah Goes Off!
RTAG 13 TTThe reality maven wasn’t done there, either! She made sure to note Sophia is not RTAG 16 TTBut what do U think, Perezcious readers ?! Are we crazy here for saying Farrah is right on this one ?? A bikini is a normal piece of attire for a boat jaunt, and her dance, while strange, wasn’t overtly sexual. What, you can’t have fun on barges any more ?? Somebody inform T-Pain and Andy Samberg RTAG 17 TTWe get it, y’all: it’s super easy to call out Farrah over the crazy s ** t she’s doneRTAG 18 TT [ Image via Farrah Abraham/ Instagram ]
Pet obesity is a growing problem. Heres the best way to address any unwelcome kitty weight gain
When the morbidly obese cat Cinderblock embarked on a weightloss journey two weeks ago, her one-paw-on-the-treadmill efforts to get trim went viral. Since the launch of her Cinder Gets Fit YouTube channel, she has gained 16,000 subscribers and dropped 0.2 lb, thanks to her strict diet and exercise regimen. Pet obesity is a growing concern among veterinarians in the UK and is linked to health conditions such as arthritis, diabetes and heart disease. A survey of 2,100 pet proprietors by Direct Line pet insurance found that, in the past year, more than a million cat owneds have been told by vets that their pets are overweight. Now, I have tried to get my cat to exercise more, but if I leave him outside for the day, he does much the same as he would do indoors- sleeps. Cats are notoriously lazy, so what can we do to help them effectively lose weight?
Recognise the signs
A PFMDSA 2018 report last year from the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animal found that 68% of cat owneds were unaware that their pet was overweight or obese, so developing an eye for the signs is a good habit to get into. The World Small Animal Veterinary Association scores body condition in cats from 1-9. Ideally, their fat coverage should allow you to feel their ribs with a gentle touch and you should be able to visibly consider their waist from above and a slight abdominal tuck from the side. A veterinarian can be demonstrated you in how to do this.
Get a specialist diet
Getting the diet right early on is key to preventing obesity, according to Daniella Dos Santos, president of the British Veterinary Association. Depending on the breed, sizing, age and lifestyle of the cat, they will have particular needs. A fully formulated diet accredited by the Pet Food Manufacturers Association is best because it has gone through all the nutritional exams needed for a balanced diet. Dietary control is key, says Dos Santos, as it is easy to end up overfeeding them.” When they’re sleeping they’re not employing many calories, so we need to adjust for that in terms of the type and volume of food we’re feeding them .” Regular weight clinics are also an effective way to track progress with your veterinarian and alter their diet accordingly.
Limit the treats
” People tend to forget that treats aren’t the best thing for them and they have a calorie count of their own, so they need to be factored in with the rest of their food ,” says Dos Santos. As for the infamous table scraps and leftovers?” The calorie requirements for a cat are much lower than for a human ,” she adds.” So even foods you would think are very healthy for humans, such as chicken breast, is a huge amount of calories for a cat .”
Make them work for their food
Making your cat work to find their food, use scatter feeding and puzzle feeding is also a good way to get them to be more active. Cat Protection recommends placing some of their daily rations inside feeding balls and encouraging them to exercise by playing with fishing rod dolls and light pointers.
If Cinder can do it, so can your cat!
With a well-formulated diet, section control to suit their lifestyle and daily exercise, all informed by a veterinarian, it should become more manageable to get your cat back to a healthy weight.
Read more: www.theguardian.com