Monthly Archives: August 2012

How Pet Food Is Making Your Cat Obese And Diabetic


Grains, fruits and vegetables maybe good for us humans but when will the ‘Experts’ learn that these food groups are not meant for cats!! Cats have naturally evolved to eat a high protein meat diet. A cats natural foods are small rodents, birds and mammals, which are generally eaten lock stock and barrel. This video is a review of the ingredients that are commonly found in dog and cat food. Like our processed food, you will find that most cat […]

Prevent Cat Diabetes


Some experts  now agree that it is possible to prevent cat diabetes. At last the realisation has come about that because after a change of diet, in many cases, cat diabetes reverses, it must therefore be possible to prevent cat diabetes in the first place by feeding the kitten or cat correct food! Hallelujah!! “Some experts believe that diabetes in cats is a problem that can be avoided completely by feeding kitties the right kind of diet. Since this disease […]

Cat Was Lethargic, Miserable And Thirsty


A cat owner came back from holiday and found her cat was lethargic, miserable and thirsty. Ofcourse the cat was rushed to a vet and at first it was thought that it was kidney failure but further tests revealed it was cat diabetes. There then followed the insulin shot regimen and this intially proved to be an ordeal as one of the reasons it was decided to have a cat as a pet was because of the cat’s independence nature. […]

Cat Diabetes Is On The Rise


  Diabetes is one of the fastest growing illnesses in people but did you know that cat diabetes is on the rise as well? There are two types of diabetes. In the one not enough insulin is produced and in the second an insufficient response in the cells to system insulin as explained by the following:- “Type two diabetes issues are due to insufficient production of system insulin by the pancreatic, or an insufficient response of the cells to system […]

Diabetic Cat Has Withdrawal Symptoms From Giving Up Dry Food


Amazingly a diabetic cat has withdrawal symptoms from giving up dry food.  A cat owner discovered that her cat had diabetes and did the sensible thing that we recommend and that is to stop the dry food and replace with a high carbohydrate wet food. Not surprisingly after a couple of months the cat went into remission but the owner is saying the cat meows constantly and thinks about food. “Our cat had feline diabetes diagnosed last year.. Prior to […]