Your Diabetic Cat – Part 2



  • The single best way to be sure you are feeding acceptable food is to learn to read labels. Stay away from foods with grains (including rice and soy), vegetables, fruits, gravy, corn starch or corn syrup, and wheat or corn glutens whenever possible.
  • Fish should be fed sparingly, but can serve as an excellent tool for transitioning cats on to canned food. Likewise, liver can be addictive, and should not be fed in large amounts.

Reading Food Labels
Calculate Cabs on a Dry Matter Basis
Raw Cat Food
Your Cat by Dr. Elizabeth Hodgkins is available on Amazon

As always, check with your veterinarian about any questions you may have regarding your pet’s health. There are different schools of thought, theories and treatments.

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2 Responses to Your Diabetic Cat – Part 2

  1. One among Many says:

    Again a wealth of information. While I make sure to feed my furry little friends the best usually. It can run into some real money. And being financially embarrassed makes it hard sometimes. But some cans of the good stuff looks tasty to even me. And wonder if they would share. 🙂

  2. Marc-André says:

    Hank you once again 🙂

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