Brownie has been having issues with not wanting to eat for about one month. The only things blood work shows is high phophorus, creatinine and BUN. She's receiving fluids several times a week. I'm supposed to add a phosphorus binder with her food, but that's often a problem. Sometimes she seems hungry, but won't eat any of the wet food I put out. Other times she just licks at the food. If she eats, it's usually a little. She is however interested in dry food, which is supposed to be off limits. There were a few times I've let her eat it because I wanted her to eat something overnight so her glucose doesn't get too low. Other times I've let her eat it because I was exhausted and just had to give up, temporarily. The vet said my choices are to force/syringe feed her or give an appetite stimulant. Any opinions on what I should try? Last time she didn't do well with Cyproheptadine, but the dosage the vet recommended may have been too high. Other choices would be trying Pepcid AC or Cerenia, the vet said I could try Slippery Elm Bark but she doesn't know anything about it so she takes no responsibility if I use it. I think Cerenia might be overkill as I see no obvious signs of nausea. I'm just not sure what route(s) to go here. I'm concerned I'm not looking at things with a clear and level head anymore. I'm super stressed because I feel like I'm tied to the cat and the house and can't go anywhere or do anything. If I puree one 5.5 oz can of pate wet food and add 3 tbsp. of water so it's smooth, she can only handle 30 ml per feeding. I have trouble getting that whole can in her during a 16 hr period (allowing 8 hrs for sleep) and she's supposed to get 1 1/2 cans per day! That's part of why I'm letting her eat the dry food sometimes. Advice? Suggestions? Anything? Please.