Always on a diet, prone to catfights and with a name like Fifi Bottomley, you would be forgiven for thinking that this high-profile dieter made her name on The Only Way Is Essex.
In fact, Fifi, eight, is a morbidly obese moggy battling to lose the pounds in a competition run by an animal charity.
The Bradford-based cat weighs 9.3 kilogrammes - more than twice her ideal body weight - but has managed to cheat diet plans for years by stealing food from other cats and charming neighbours into feeding her.
She faces heavy competition from a roast dinner-loving Labrador from Tamworth, Staffordshire, who was too heavy to have an X-ray, a border collie from the Wirral whose excess pounds exacerbate his arthritis and a Wakefield rabbit named Samantha who weighs more than an average cat.
The flabby felines and portly puppies are among the finalists in this year's Pet Fit Club, a competition run by animal charity PDSA. Specialist vets will be guiding the owners of each of these supersized pets on their journey to good health by providing a balanced diet and tailored exercise plan.
The competition will run for six months with the winner announced in September. The winning owner will receive a year's worth of free pet food for their animal and a pet-friendly holiday worth £500 with the Four Seasons hotel in Perthshire.
The contestants - 11 dogs, five cats and two rabbits - are carrying a combined excess weight of more than 24 stone, the equivalent of 380 tins of dog food, 35 average-sized cats or 50 Yorkshire Terriers.
Sean Wensley, PDSA senior veterinary surgeon, said: "Excess pounds can contribute to a number of serious health conditions and, sadly, it does reduce life expectancy. But the good news is that it's never too late to make positive changes to a pet's diet and lifestyle."
The PDSA believes that there are around 2.9 million dogs and three million cats in the UK losing the battle of the bulge.
However, 84% of owners are content that their pets are in perfect physical condition, while 90% admit to feeding their charges with cheese, crisps, cakes, biscuits, toast and takeaways.