Cats that suffer from feline diabetes can be treated at home with an inexpensive medication, but many people find it difficult to inject their cats with the medicine. A newly created medicine that treats feline diabetes will simplify this process by allowing individuals to simply squirt some of the medicine onto their cats’ food. This will therefore improve the health and quality of life for tens of thousands of cats.
Which of the following, if true, provides the most support for the conclusion of the argument?
A. The new medicine will be available in three, six, and nine-month supplies.
B. Diabetes in cats, though not curable, can be managed by the quality and timing of their meals.
C. The number of cats with feline diabetes has increased over the last 20 years.
D. The new medicine does not have any adverse effects when combined with medicine used to treat diseases that are common among cats who have diabetes.
E. The new medicine contains chemicals that are found in cats and dogs that are not susceptible to diabetes.
Cats that suffer from feline diabetes can be treated at home with an inexpensive medication, but many people find it
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