One of the most common problem that cat owners face, is accidents outside the litter tray. It can be very stressful when kitty refuses to use the litter tray, and decides to use your favourite chair or bedroom slippers!
After you have ruled out any medical causes, you can start to work on the behavioural reasons why your kitty might not be using the litter tray.
Diabetes in Cats
Diabetes in cats occurs when they aren't able to regulate their blood sugar. This leads to complications, and the body doesn't function as well as it should.
Some of the common symptoms of diabetes mellitus in cats are:
Sometimes these signs can go unnoticed, especially in the early stages of the disease, but diabetes is the second most common endocrine disease in cats.
If you are concerned that your cat may have developed diabetes, bring them in for a health check, and if the Vet suspects Feline Diabetes, they will run some tests to confirm this diagnosis.
It is important to remember that diabetes is a treatable condition.
This factsheet helps give you more information about caring for a cat with diabetes.
Caring for your new kitten
Bringing home your new little bundle of fluff is an exciting time in your life. We have put together some handy tips to help you provide the best possible care for your newest furry family member.
The information in this website and fact sheets is general in nature, and should not be used as a substitute for seeking Veterinary medical advice or diagnosis from your Veterinarian