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Diabetes Support for Cats – Help Regulate/Stabilize Cat Blood Sugar

If you have a diabetic cat, you know how cats can have hard-to-predict blood sugar ups and downs. They can even 'honeymoon' and start spontaneously regulating their own blood sugar again for a time.

But did you know? Natural herbs (the same herbs wild cats have access to all the time) can help keep blood sugar at better, healthier levels.

They even help encourage more 'honeymoons', more often.

It works by slowing the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream and inhibiting the release of excess sugars. This keeps blood glucose levels at healthy levels for longer.

Always talk to your vet first before changing diabetic treatment. But, most owners agree: more 'honeymoons' is worth it.

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Vetisse Metatrig for Cats

This all-natural supplement helps to support glucose tolerance in your cat.
Our Price: $45.40

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