Cat Diabetes or Diabetes Mellitus

Unfortunately, cats also have diabetes. Usually you notice when it’s late since owners really don’t think about that. When a middle aged or old cat drinks too much and urinates more than normal, you will have to ask a veterinarian to do a blood and urine exam. A treatment is possible based on insulin injections. 

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