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Cat Increased Appetite

Signs and Symptoms The medical name for an increased appetite in cats is polyphagia. When a cat suddenly develops a ravenous appetite, there can be several underlying conditions causing the increased food volume. A cat owner normally knows how much their cat consumes each day, when they begin begging for more, it may be time to head to the veterinarian.Ketoacidosis (diabetes) in Cats Some cats can develop and it is an extremely serious and…

Cat Diabetes

…This increased loss of water then drives the animal to drink more. In addition to these classical symptoms, a diabetic cat often loses weight despite an increased appetite. Other warning signs that may be exhibited by a diabetic cat include lethargy, depression, and an unkempt coat. Some cats may also experience vomiting. Another warning sign that occasionally occurs in diabetic cats is sudden blindness. Since animals with diabetes lose weight…

Cat Pituitary Tumors

Diabetes insipidus is a pituitary issue rather than a pancreatic issue as is the case for diabetes mellitus. There will be and . The blood sugar will be low and your pet will have difficulty with their libido and their sexual performance with insipidus. ACTH is the most common hormone that is produced by the pituitary gland. It will cause increased activity and size of the adrenal cortex and hormones.Signs and Symptoms • Increased Appetite • •…

Cat Cushings Disease

…of cat Cushings disease. Appetite changes may also occur, frequently in the form of an increased appetite. Some cats suffering from adrenal gland dysfunction also experience changes with their coats. For example, a cats fur may thin or display signs of slow regrowth. With respect to Cushings disease, hair loss and thinning most typically occur on the cats body, rather than on the legs and head. Calcified lumps may also develop under the cats

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