Cats can get diabetes, just like humans. Males are more prone than female, but both genders can be affected.
The treatment will vary from cat to cat, depending on how severe the situation is, but can include things like insulin and a change of diet. The sooner your cat is treated, the better.
Keep your eyes open for the following signs:
- Increased urination or going outside the box
- Increased thirst
- Increased appetite
- Weight loss
- Disheveled appearance
- Weak legs and/or general fatigue
- Sweet-smelling breath
Many of these signs can be seen in other diseases as well. If you note any of them, contact your veterinarian.