Some good news and bad news. The good news is I took Zulu to the new vet last night and had a much better experience than with his old vet. For one, they really did a much more thorough job examining Zulu. For two, they LOVED the spreadsheet and were really impressed with Zulu's progress. The bad news is that Zulu has feline tooth resorption, which is apparently pretty painful. Zulu is a full-fledged member of the clean plate club and has never shown any signs of having difficulty or pain while eating, so I was definitely surprised. So he will need to have dental work done. Nothing scheduled yet - the new vet wanted to do a urine culture to rule out any UTIs before acting on the tooth issues (the old vet had found bacteria in his urine sample but never did a culture; like so many other things, they "brushed it off"). My question for anyone who has had a diabetic cat go through dental surgery is, what should I expect? Will his BGs skyrocket (he's been doing so good lately!)? Are there any medications I should ask the vet to avoid? Recovery time for FORLs?