Hi all, I've been reading a lot about a post from Chloe's mom from a few years ago and I thought I might as well add my situation to see if anyone can help us out. Our cat was diagnosed with DKA on Sunday night and we admitted him to the emergency vet. He spent 48 hours there and was discharged because he started eating yesterday morning and afternoon after having been given a appetite stimulant. He came home and didn't eat but I figured he wasn't hungry because he had eaten at 4pm at the vet. We tried this morning around 7am and he still wasn't eating. I took his blood using my AlphaTrak meter and it was at 27.3 mmol/L (491 mg/dL). I gave him about 100mL of sub-q fluids too. We called the vet and asked to come pick up an appetite stimulant and they agreed. We gave that to him about 11am and he still wasn't eating so we force fed him some baby food around noon. This triggered him to eat some off a plate (he probably ate 15ml). No shot was given in the morning. Tried to test his urine and we think it was in between trace and small. I got home from work around 6:45pm and we gave him another 5ml of baby food and I gave him 2 units of ProZinc Insulin after his BG was at 38.9 mmol (700mg). At around 9:15 we gave him another 5ml of food and his BG is at 35.6 mmol (640 mg). Tested urine again and it seemed to be between trace and small again. Should I give him another shot? Should I just wait until the morning? I'm so worried that his sugar is so high but don't want to throw off the whole twice a day shot thing. Also, if we want to try and force feed him his normal food (which is the basic fancy feast), should we just blend it with a little water? Is that what most people do? Thank you all for your help! We have spent so much money already and really can't afford to spend more so I want to do all I can at home. I might not have as much time as other posts I've read but I'm willing to try as much as I can. He does still have some energy and goes outside sometimes to lay down but obviously this is a few week adventure for us.