Cat Food Work SheetWhat are you feeding ?Special instruction All quantity measurement should correspond to calories measurement. Other words 1 cup dry food correspond to calories; or 10 treats correspond to calories per treatQuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal Calories Cat Food Kibble or DryQuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesCan FoodQuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesTreats #1QuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesTreats #2QuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesTreats #3QuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesTable Food #1QuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesTable Food #2QuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesTable Food #3QuantityCalories/Unit Of MeasurementTotal CaloriesTotalQuantity* All quantities for dry food should be derived by using an actual measuring cup - not a coffee cup, beer mug or coffee can.Calories* Since 2015 you have been able to find the # of calories on the package of cat food. Many treats do not have the number of calories on the bag. Most items you may search on google with the word calorie to find the number of calories. Occasionally you will have go to manufacturer web site or contact the manufacturer.Starting WeightStarting Weight Input FieldGoal WeightGoal Weight Input FieldCalories to feed for weight lossDesired CaloriesDesired Calories input fieldIf you cat does not see weight loss in 90 days revisit data provided and consult us.