Zobaline™ (for Diabetic Cats) 3 mg x 60 tabs

Zobaline: Don’t let nerve damage ruin life for your diabetic cat. Diabetes afflicts animals as well as humans, so it’s not surprising that cats can also suffer from diabetic neuropathy. As in humans, diabetes in cats is caused either by inadequate production of insulin by the pancreas (Type 1 diabetes) or by impaired response of cells to insulin (Type 2 diabetes). Although diabetes can strike cats of any age, it occurs most often in older, fatter animals. Diabetic neuropathy in cats is characterized by symptoms such as: progressive weakness in the hind legs walking on the hocks rather than on the toes loss of ability to climb stairs or trees inability to jump to higher surfaces lack of endurance needing to rest more after short walks. Many cat lovers are treating their diabetic pets with Zobaline. One 3-mg tablet of methylcobalamin administered once per day is reported to reverse most or all of the symptoms of feline diabetic neuropathy within a few weeks. Although Zobaline was designed as a sublingual supplement for humans, and obviously cannot be administered to cats this way, the supplement seems to work fine when given the same way as any other pill to these animals. Serving Size 1 tablet Amount per serving % DV Methylcobalamin 3 mg 50,000 Folic Acid 200 mcg 50 † Daily Value not established Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, Stearic Acid, Calcium Silicate, Croscarmellose Sodium, Magnesium Stearate. Suggested Use: 1 tablet daily or as directed by a veterinarian.

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3 Responses to Zobaline™ (for Diabetic Cats) 3 mg x 60 tabs

  1. Anonymous says:

    My cat is back up on his toes! Don’t hesitate to buy this! My cat was diagnosed in late January with diabetes. His numbers were in the high 500’s and he was walking on his haunches. After changing his diet, Baby Twink was able to get off insulin after a few weeks but his legs remained weak. After a month of taking Zobaline, we began to see some improvement. It was slow but it gave us hope! Fast forward to now, after about 4 months of taking Zobaline, my boy is back to being his twinkle-toed self and we are thrilled and very…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I believe it has worked well – worth the try I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t experienced it for myself. I gave my kitty one a night for several nights and kept a watchful eye on his blood sugar. He was still running a bit too high for my liking and for his optimal health. However, as we all know diabetes is a stubborn and tricky illness to manage in a human let alone a pet.Finally, I decided it was time to do a Curve study. So, I tested him as usual before every meal and then every two hours afterward. Usually, when I…

  3. Anonymous says:

    A miracle cure! If ever a pill could be considered a miracle cure, this is it! The cat in need of this had sudden onset of diabetes at the age of 15yrs. He could still walk, but barely — couldn’t run or climb stairs anymore, though, and getting in/out of the litter box was almost more than he could handle. His diet was immediately changed to canned cat food only, which brought down his blood sugar to where he no longer needed insulin shots within 3wks. However, that did not fix his inability to control…