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Higher Glucose Reading at Clinics

A study shows that cats were more likely to have a lower blood glucose level when examined by a vet in their home compared to the blood glucose reading in the clinic. As with humans, a cat’s high glucose level might indicate diabetes is present. Home vet visits are typically more expensive than in-clinic visits but the investment might be worth it when you compare the toll stress takes on cats.

You can read the full study here.