Emmie was not obese, atleast the vet didn't think so. Her sister is much more fluffier but I think it's the fur deception. As far as not eating, since they all share the same feeder it was impossible for me to tell whether she was eating or not. I just assumed they were all eating normally. Things will change from here on out and I will make sure that I witness all of them eating their fair share. Emmie will have her own food dish so I can monitor her more closely for the rest of her life. To this day we can not figure out what happened and why it happened as nothing has changed in our household. I'm just thankfull that we get a second chance with Emms and I will never again take the cats for granted. I have spent soo much more time worrying and tending to my five dogs that I just thought that the cats could take care of themselves being that they are inside and under my feet all of the time, you know, causing kitty trouble. I've learned my lesson.