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Hypoglycaemia in kittens if not treated is fatal. See the series of videos charting the progress of a very poorly kitten – please be warned that the videos are initially distressing but have a happy ending.

Hypoglycaemia in Kittens Often Misdiagnosed

A condition occasionally seen in kittens, and often misdiagnosed, easily treated with glucose if the kittens can swallow or injection if they are not able to swallow. A friend of mine took these videos to show people what it looks like.

Many thanks to Pippa Browning for sending in the videos.

Video Footage of Progress

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

About the author

Ross Davies

Ross is a UK Siamese & Oriental Cat Breeder breeding and showing his cats and kittens under the prefix Burnthwaites . He is the author on various cat related websites and blogs including 'Siamese Cat Breeder' and 'CattyLicious.com'.

Ross is the creator of this website and has lived with cats since being a very young child. He started breeding cats in 2001 and has showed them successfully breeding many best in show cats.

Ross is a GCCF cat judge and also sits on cat club committees and both the Oriental and Siamese Cat Joint Advisory Committees. He holds certification in both feline behaviour & psychology and also cat anxiety and stress.

Ross writes extensively about cats and has been featured in magazines such as Your Cat and Our Cats and also guest authored on newsletters for various cat organisations. He is also a guest speaker at cat seminars.


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