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To spot feline diabetes, start by watching for common symptoms like increased thirst, frequent urination, eliminating outside of the litter box, changes in appetite, and weight fluctuations. Being overweight or obese is the biggest risk factor for feline diabetes, so be sure to consider your kitty’s weight carefully. Also, if your cat is over the age of eight, it may be more prone to developing health issues like diabetes. If your cat is exhibiting these symptoms, it’s best to take it to a veterinarian as soon as possible for an evaluation and treatment options. For tips from our Veterinary co-author on treating feline diabetes, read on!
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