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  1. Cheryl & Emmy

    I haven't been around the board in a while but I do have a quick question. Do any of your cats have dry, flaky skin? If so, do you give your cat anything for it?

  2. Victoria & Sundance

    Cheryl, that's a good indication of a diabetic cat not being regulated. Getting the blood glucose down does help to eliminate the flakes.
    Can you tell us, is this a diabetic cat to whom you are referring? If so, can you tell us about the diabetes and the treatment so far (what insulin, how much) and what the kitty eats.

  3. Cheryl & Emmy

    Emmy eats Purina DM and is on 1/2 unit of vetsulin. She is 18 years old and has been diabetic for 8 years and will not eat anything other than DM. She has been well regulated on 1/2 unit of vetsulin for quite some time now. In the last 6 - 8 months Emmy's fur has been getting matted and she has had dry skin so I have had to get her shaved regularly and about 2 months ago the vet did a full blood panel to check her overall organ functions. Everything came back normal which surprised the vet because of the dry skin. I didn't do anything about it then because it wasn't too bad but now that it is sooo cold out her skin is getting a bit more flaky.
    When Emmy was first put on vetsulin I asked a question about it on FDMB and got chewed out up and down for trusting my vet (who has managed her diabetes for the full 8 years) and I was basically driven away because people told me I was killing my cat. I am pretty sure that her being alive with Diabetes for 8 years means that I and her vet have been taking care of her properly and are not killing her. I just wanted to give you that little bit of history because I do trust that the people on FDMB really do have a lot of feline knowledge and the cats best interest at heart but I really don't want to get chewed out again for how I manage Emmy's diabetes. Anyway, there is a bit of her history and any ideas on what to do to help her skin would be greatly appreciated.

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