Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri
Was the diagnosis diabetes? Don't be like me. I listened to my vet who had lots of other ideas on what my 13-year-old cat had when he had lost weight and was peeing and drinking more. I knew it was diabetes right away but the vet had to test for everything under the sun. Insist your vet test for diabetes first. Then get a human meter and strips to test your cat morning and night. My cat is on Lantus, which is very expensive, so I save money by using human meter and strips which are MUCH less costly than those made specifically for cats. If you read the meter properly, you will be OK.
Last edited by marie73; 04-03-2019 at 07:35 PM.
Reason: selling meds, pet supplies, etc., not allowed here