Hello all- I found this forum after researching what if anything I could do for Chloe from home. She is 12.5, a diabetic for 2 years and as of Monday started acting very odd. The vomiting started before that, when I changed her food (back to wet) last week. It persisted and I noticed bile and thought her tummy was just upset with the wet food. Well, Monday she didn't eat much and so Tuesday I took her the vet (new vet - new city, etc). They weren't able to extract any urine from her bladder so they did a serious of blood tests and thought it might be fatty liver disease. Gave her some anti-nausea meds, and an appetite enhancer and fluids under her skin and said for me to try to get her to eat as much as possible. By this point it was probably 12-24 hours of POSSIBLE not eating. The rest of Tuesday and into Wednesday she didn't eat and barely would drink. I know her habits as a diabetic and this is NOT normal. She is small, but eats like a bear. I took her to the emergency vet on Wednesday AM when she was super lethargic and acting so odd. Found out that it was her appetite enhancer making her eyes weird, but that she was lethargic from DKA, etc. They suggested to keep her over night so that they could get IV fluids and insulin going for her. $1000 later (plus the $300 from the other vet) and we just couldn't afford to keep her there anymore. I picked her up around 2pm (against the ER vet's wishes - and they suggested home would be hospice-like care) and we've been home the last 3.5 hours and she is sitting staring out the back patio, which is GOOD. She has been just staring out into space a lot. 30 mins ago I just fed her 15ml of plain pedialyte and 7ml (most I could get in her) of cat food gravy. I'm desperate. I don't have the $5000 or so to keep her overnight for days on end and I'm afraid I'm going to lose her!!!! Any advice? I've reached out to the vet I took her to on Tuesday and I'm just waiting for them to contact me with any ideas of how to get her eating and maintain her insulin. I'm open to suggestions from people that have had a cat with DKA. Please and thank you!