I believe my 14 y/o cat has Cushing's, if so, the vet and the specialist completely missed it. She's pot-bellied and the vet does not seem to even notice! She won't give an answer as to what's causing the potbelly. The specialist didn't mention it in her ultrasound report. The only thing I can see in the report that might give that appearance is that both adrenal glands are very large. I cannot get her diabetes regulated on Lantus. She seems to need more and more and more. The vet knows nothing about insulin and that seems to be a common theme with vets around here. Brownie has many of the symptoms of Cushing's. I believe she had the pot-bellied appearance for many years, long before she showed any concerning symptoms. Interestingly, I often wondered if her sister had very mild Acromegaly (if that's even possible). This family of cats (there were four) were very sick and malnourished when I found them as kittens. The three that survived ended up with what I guess would be stunted growth. All three started to have health problems in 2017. Two were euthanized last year at 13 due to disease/cancer. Brownie's the last one left.