A very fat cat has been forced to lose some weight after being bullied by... a rabbit!
Benji, a six-year-old ginger moggy, had piled on the pounds after getting used to a high-fat diet. He weighed 10kg - that's twice the size of a normal cat.
Then the family's pet rabbit, Chester, starting jumping on the poor cat, and Benji couldn't get away from him.
So his vet put him on a diet and he lost half his bodyweight. Now he's much happier and can get away from Chester.
One of his owners, Jackie Tucker, told The Metro newspaper: "He's like a new cat and has so much more energy."
Vet Katherine Blanchard said: "He was the fattest cat I've treated but he's done really well."
She added that some people don't think overweight pets are a problem, but it should be taken seriously as being obese affects animals in the same way as it affects humans.