Hearing that your cat is suffering from diabetes may make you feel anxious and confused. But be assured, help is at hand.
Gastrointestinal disorders can irritate the stomach and intestine, and poorly digested food can contribute to this.
As the kidneys become damaged, they lose their ability to remove waste products, which accumulate in the body causing various signs including loss of appetite.
Dental problems are one of the most common health issues in cats, affecting up to 80% of cats.
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) may be caused by crystals and stones in the urine (usually struvite or calcium oxalate), or by an inflammatory condition called Feline Idiopathic Cystitis (FIC).