For Cat Specialist Services patients please find our diabetic cat diary HERE.
For diabetic cats, day to day routines, feeding (e.g. type of food, frequency and amount) and activity should be kept stable. This may help reduce the number of insulin adjustments needed. Once a diabetic patient is stable, insulin adjustments are often less frequent.
Remember - only change insulin requirements after consultation with us or your referring veterinarian.
Monitoring your cat's thirst, appetite and body weight at home help us to assess their response to treatment. It helps to keep a daily record of the following: