At least some diabetic cats seem to know what’s good for them.
I have several feline patients who come to their owners at the appointed times to receive their twice-daily injections of insulin.
Of course, they do also get a treat when they get their injections, and the injection needle is very small, but I’m still amazed when I hear these stories.
Whether the cats really know that the insulin will make them feel better or they are keying on the treat, it’s still fascinating.
See you tomorrow, Dr. Randolph.