Hi there - It's been quite a while since I have been on the forum. Dude was diagnosed as diabetic summer of 2016 (at 14 years old). We struggled to get his treatment figured our for a few months and bounced around lots of different insulin amounts. In the end we got to a remission state when he was completely transitioned to wet food (Fancy Feast Classic). His numbers were/are very consistent, so I don't test regularly anymore. He has always been a bit of a "pukey" cat, prone to hairballs and vomiting. Looking back now, I believe it got worse after switching food, at the time I thought it was because we took him off the hairball control dry food he was eating for most of his life. Last week however, he stopped eating completely and starting having very bad diarrhea both in the litter box and around the house. After a few days of not eating a single thing (I tempted him with everything under the sun) we force fed him a "Recuperation" liquid food we got from the vet. He continued to decline, and went to the vet for IV. He seems to have his appetite back now (it's been just shy of week since this started). X-rays taken show inflammed bowels, but no other obvious problems. In addition to all this, we adopted a kitten 2.5 months ago. Unfortunately the kitten had ringworm and now, after I thought I had it all cleared at our house, Dude has developed ringworm too. The vet examined him and I followed the same treatment the vet prescribed for the kitten (betadine and monistat). This treatment started a day or two before this horrible bowel problems. I stopped using the monistat as soon as he stopped eating, too many factors to rule out at once. I just started using the betadine again tonight though. I'm sure the new kitten has caused extra stress in his life, he isn't in love with this new fur baby, he does seem to be warming up to her though. Long story short. The vet thinks the Fancy Feast is causing the inflammatory bowel disease (or at least causing it to flare up) and wants us to change up his diet. I am worried it was a reaction to the Monistat, but the vet doesn't think that is it. I am not opposed to finding a higher quality wet food for Dude, but I was hoping someone had suggestions for sensitive stomachs or if anyone had had trouble with ringworm medication. My main reason for feeding FF was that it was all I could find in my small town (plus his numbers were awesome), but we just got a Tractor Supply, which gives up much more food options without having to order online. The vet has a few types of prescription Hills (glucose/weight management (m/d), digestive care (i/d), and another one he doesn't have in stock (z/d)) and Royal Canin "Selected Protein" he wants us to try. I don't see any of them on the chart - probably because they are prescription based. The vet would also like us to get Dude on a twice a day eating schedule, he is more like 3-4 times a day now, just small bits at a time. Thanks!!