Some Cats With Diabetes Can Stop Taking Insulin

With the right diet, a cat may go into diabetic remission.

Diabetes is an expensive disease, with insulin injections for some cats easily reaching $100 a month. It’s also a terribly inconvenient one. Shots of the hormone insulin need to be given every 12 hours with little margin for error, so a pet owner’s schedule revolves around administration of the medicine. The disease is all too […]
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