Report: Feline diabetes is on the rise as cats get fatter

05/25/2011 | USA Today

More cats are eating more, exercising less and gaining weight, factors that are the most likely contributors to the 16% rise in feline diabetes diagnoses since 2006, according to a report from Banfield Hospitals. Diabetes in dogs is on the increase as well, although other factors may be at play, and veterinarians urge pet owners to feed their cats and dogs less and make sure the animals move more.

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