Cats are one of the most popular pets in North America.
Diabetes is more common with humans than with cats or other animals.
The symptoms of feline diabetes will vary.
If you don’t get your cat treated for feline diabetes immediately, the cat will eventually become inactive, vomit on a regular basis, and eventually fall into a coma.
Cats that have feline diabetes will need to be given food at the same time every day. They should be prevented from going outside as well.
Before you give your cat his insulin shot, you should always make sure that he has some food first. If he hasn’t eaten and you give him a shot anyway, he could end up with a hypoglycemic shock.
If you have to give insulin shots to your cat due to feline diabetes, you should always keep a watchful eye on him after you have administered the shot. After your cat has been on insulin for a period of time, your vet may reduce the amount of insulin.