A few days ago I started switching Tabitha over to wet. Right now I'm giving her Authority since it was on the list and was on sale. My other cat I've had on fancy feast classic so I will give it to Tabitha. I see people using the Friskies Special Diet so I will add that to the list. I've already noticed that she isn't drinking or peeing that much. (There was a time my 20yr old cat, who died two years ago, was put on wet food and drank very little. When he was put back on dry he started drinking again. He spoiled me because he and his brother where healthy all their life till the end. Now I have one with asthma and the other with diabetes. I can do this.) While Tabitha has been converting to wet, I've been spending as much time with her as I can while researching all I can. (Thank goodness for tablets. But it makes it a little harder to type......) I've only had her since October and the bonding had been slow going. She doesn't adventure out of the cat room much. Now I think part of it was due to not feeling well. She has been coming over to lay next to me in their (people) bed. She even lays on me sometimes. I've been messaging her ears which she loves as well as having her chin scratched. I told myself that I would know there was progress once she started grooming herself again. Well just a little bit ago she did. She hasn't done it for long period of time but she has done it a few times. It wasn't a fluke. I'm getting together a kit with everything I think I need. Meter, strips, lancet, treats, rice sock, neosporin+pain (I think mine is expired), Karo, high carbon food. Can't forget the insulin and needles. Oh yeah prayers and patients. I will probably have to break the bank, savings, to get the insulin but I don't want to put it off any longer. One thing about working for "the state" is you get paid only once a month. With the unexpected vet bill, as well as car insurance and property tax due this month... I'm just so glad she is starting to feel better.