Cat Diabetes Archive

Feeding Cat’s Smaller, More Meals, Keeps Them Healthy

Feeding cat’s smaller, more meals, help keep them healthy. A new study recently released indicated that the simple fact of feeding your over weight cat, smaller, more frequent meals throughout the course of the day can help increase their level of activity which would thereby increase their ability to lose weight and prevent serious diseases

How Often Should You Feed Your Cat?

How often should the pet owner feed their cat? There are two types of feeding, free feeding which is just putting down a bowl of dry food and letting your cat eat whenever he or she wants during the course of the day or something called meal feeding. We at recommend meal feeding. This

Why canned cat food?

Why canned cat food? There are many reasons that you should feed your cat a diet of canned cat food. One of the most important reasons is that most canned cat foods have moisture compared to dry cat food and water is very important for your cat. Canned cat food is also low in carbohydrates

Who Is The Domesticated Cat And Where Did He Come From?

Who is the domesticated cat? The domesticated cat was believed to become reality way back about 4,000 years ago in Egypt. The cat was received as an invaluable species due to the fact that it went after mice and other dirty rodents.  That would enable Egyptians food supply to be free of disease and thereby

How To Give Your Cat Insulin

How to Administer Insulin to a Cat Okay, you have a cat with feline diabetes and you don’t know what to do. Don’t panic. The first thing that you should do is obviously consult with your local vet and they should show you the proper ways to inject your cat with insulin and be able

Catkins Diet And Insulin Glargine Cause High Remissions In Diabetic Cats

Catkins Diet (high Protein, Low Carb Diet) And Insulin Glargine Cause High Remission In Diabetic Cats After being treated with the insulin Glargine along with the Catkins Diet (High Protein, low Carbohydrate Diet) a group of 6 diabetic cats went into remission within 4 months of beginning the treatment.  Also 5 of the cats went

Feline Diabetes Mellitus, Nature Or Nurture?

Feline Diabetes Mellitus, Nature Or Nurture? There seems to be some evidence that genetic and environmental factors are contributing to feline diabetes. For cats, the most common form of feline diabetes is Type 2. There are environmental risk factors that include the cat’s age, their weight, being a male, neutering, the activity or inactivity that

My Cat Has Diabetes, Now What?

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What Is Feline Diabetes?

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How Often Should You Feed Your Cat?

[AdSense-A] How Often Should You Feed Your Cat? How often should you feed your cat depends upon the health, age, and well being of your favorite feline. If you feed your cat the wrong kind of cat food it could affect his overall health. If you feed him too much food then he could become