Hello my experts. It's been a while. Fabby was on a real good stretch for a while, and now we're on what looks like a bad stretch. May I get some advice, please? After Runswith passed, I had a bit of a breakdown. Not really because of Runswith, but grief combined with stress took me down. So I made some changes (to the household mostly). I got my crystals boys and my civvies transitioned over so they all eat the same food. It came at a cost increase, but it is now an item I didn't have to take care of 3 times a day. (I just had Juan's urinalysis done and his PH and all other urine factors are good, so yay on the new food!) Fabby is still on Friskies pâtés. I also stopped doing my PM mid test as I was not ever getting a full night's sleep. I'll catch it every now and then if I'm up. My spouse took over that feeding, that way Fabby is still getting 4 meals, and I get sleep. My concerns: Fabby has been going pee right outside the box again. (We have changed boxes several times to find the right fit.) She's looking thinner. She's stopped grooming. She's very food aggressive again. She has been going to the water dish a lot. She doesn't sit over it like she did when she first was diagnosed, but she doesn't lay down in one place for very long without going to the water dish. Her glucose are higher than they've been in a long time. Her keytones are fine. Sometimes she has an appetite, other times she won't eat the whole portion of the half can serving, and I have to chase her around/spoon feed her like a princess. She tends to bounce at one unit, so I try to watch her numbers. We have about 1/3 of our vial of Vetsulin still left. I don't know if I should just hold steady at one unit and it will work itself out (because mostly we are still getting drops) or if we need to try a different amount, or if we need to bite the bullet and change insulins. I do know I'm tired of scrubbing cat pee (even if it is almost clear and odorless). Any thoughts, ideas?