How To Know If Your Cat Has Feline Diabetes And How To Treat It
Cats are beautiful, affectionate animals that bring a lot of love and joy into your home. They are much more independent than dogs, but that does not stop them from showing how much they care about you.
They’ll twine around your legs or rub their face against you while you’re preparing food, just to let you know they are there. They’ll hop into your lap while you watch television or amuse you by chasing and batting around a catnip toy that you give them to play with.
Just like all pets, cats need to be watched for signs of illness, such as feline diabetes. This disease is just as dangerous for cats as it is for humans and if left untreated, could become deadly.
The pancreas not secreting the natural insulin that the body needs to control blood sugar causes diabetes. Uncontrolled blood sugar will then build up in the blood stream and can