Category: Symptoms Of Cat Diabetes

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Cats and Feline Diabetes

Cats and Feline Diabetes cats and feline diabetesWe came across an interesting article on cats and feline diabetes recently in Gardening Magazine of all places. While there are a variety of illnesses that cats can get, cat and feline diabetes is a disease that is on the rise and while it can be a deadly disease with proper management and care it can in many cases be reversed...
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Symptoms of Feline Diabetes

Symptoms of Feline Diabetes It is important that you are aware of the symptoms of feline diabetes, especially if you own a cat that is overweight. A cat that is overweight is more likely to develop the condition than a cat that is kept in top health...
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Symptoms Cat Diabetes

Symptoms Cat Diabetes We have published posts on the symptoms cat diabetes before. But here is a another article on the same subject...
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Signs Of Feline Diabetes

Here we have Dr. James Talbott a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville explaining the signs of feline diabetes...
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Symptoms Of And Treatments For Cat Diabetes

A few years ago cat diabetes was seen as a rare affliction however over the last few years there has been a surge in cases and it is important to be aware of the symptoms of and treatments for cat diabetes. Here is a good easy to understand article:- "Like diabetes in humans, diabetes in cats is also caused by the body’s inability to produce or use insulin properly...
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Symptoms Of Diabetes In Cats

The most noticeable symptoms of diabetes in cats are an increased thirst, increased urination, decrease of appetite and loss of weight. However these symptoms may be symptoms of other illnesses, so as soon as you notice that something is abnormal, take your cat for a checkup at the veterinary surgery...
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Insulin Doesn’t Appear To Be Reducing Their Diabetic Cat’s Sugar Levels

I read an interesting thread where a distressed owner stated that insulin doesn't appear to be reducing their cat's sugar levels and the vet is asking them to seriously consider putting the cat down! Well let's examine what could be going on here. The cat is 14 years old and four months ago was diagnosed with feline diabetes...
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