PROZINC Patient Success Stories

 

Making a Difference for Cats and Owners

Each of these real-life success stories is from a cat owner just like you. And each shows how PROZINC can help you effectively manage your cat’s diabetes. Read the stories to see how.

Smart Treatment, Great Results

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Owner

Linda

Cat

Snowball, a 14-year-old male white tabby

How long has your cat been diagnosed with diabetes?

Eight months.

How long have you used PROZINC to help manage your cat’s diabetes?

Eight months.

How difficult was it for you to begin giving insulin injections?

Not at all.

What’s your PROZINC story?

I was very upset to learn about my cat having diabetes. I thought it was all my fault. I was scared that my kitty Snowball would die from having diabetes. Now, after all these months of the new schedule, diet and his PROZINC, I am confident he will live a good long life. I just want to say I am happy with how he is adjusting to having his two-times-a-day injections. At first I thought it hurt him, but he is the one who comes to me when it’s time for his meds. I want to thank you for keeping my Snowball healthy, active and happy.

Back to the Good Life

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Owner

Sarah

Cat

Katrina, a 14-year-old female Persian mix

How long has your cat been diagnosed with diabetes?

A year and a half.

How long have you used PROZINC to help manage your cat's diabetes?

About a year.

How difficult was it for you to begin giving insulin injections?

Very.

What's your PROZINC story?

PROZINC turned my cat's life around. She suddenly became extremely active and limber. She was more alert and seemed to enjoy life more. I now wonder how different her life would have been had we found the problem sooner. I had checked her kidneys many times and she had never had a problem with them. Luckily, I took her to a different veterinarian who finally diagnosed her with diabetes and prescribed PROZINC. The medicine worked wonders and changed my cat’s life forever.

Potential Adverse Reactions:

Potential adverse reactions with ProZinc include hypoglycemia, insulin antagonism/resistance, rapid insulin metabolism, insulin-induced hyperglycemia (Somogyi Effect), and local or systemic reactions. The most common adverse reaction observed is hypoglycemia. Signs may include weakness, depression, behavioral changes, muscle twitching, and anxiety. In severe cases of hypoglycemia, seizures and coma can occur. Hypoglycemia can be fatal if an affected cat does not receive prompt treatment.

To report suspected adverse reactions, or to obtain a copy of the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), call 1-866-638-2226.