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Feature August 2017 Issue

Diagnosis: Feline Diabetes

If your cat is showing the typical signs of diabetes — gradual weight loss, increased drinking and urine production — schedule a veterinary exam.

Diagnosis: Feline Diabetes

An observant owner can notice the early signs and obtain a diagnosis and treatment plan when the prognosis is still very positive. Here’s how.

While maintaining her normal (and robust) appetite, your nine-year-old cat Pansy seemed to be getting a bit slimmer during the past month or so. This in itself might not have been a cause for concern.

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