Edie, St. Paul Park, MN

Feline Diabetes

My daughter’s cat was diagnosed with diabetes. As with most diabetic cats, this means he has to receive insulin injections twice per day. Her vet advised that his diet be changed. This seemed to help some. My daughter also began to get the cat adjusted by an animal chiropractor. I am happy to report, now that he is getting adjusted regularly, his blood sugar levels are improving and his need for insulin is decreased.


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