Hi yall, It' been a while. Life has kept us very busy. We unfortunately have a new development. As of Friday 01/12/2018 Taters appetite has quickly declined. (At this time she is still drinking, urinating, and defecating though). While she was eating the past two days, taking her the better part of a day to finish off a 3 oz can in AM (Same for her PM feeding), this morning she wants nothing at all. This is highly unusual for her. She usually acts half starved, trying to eat anything in sight. Her sugar levels have also remained high (300s to 400s) despite her insulin injection, she usually does 1 to 1.5 U depending on how her levels are at the time of feeding. Last week she had a crazy low at 38 which was rectified by a little bit of peanut butter and her insulin. We never were able to get the sugars regulated and they have been yo-yoing since she started her insulin. I am going to try to get her into the vet today and see whats going on but I fear my little Sweet Taters is done fighting... She's tried so hard since her diagnosis last May. Shes had many infections along the way, has lost quite a lot of muscle mass and fur from her back end (we aren't sure why the fur loss is happening). I've been keeping a close eye on her and she seems lethargic and uninterested in anything. She has taken up refuge in the bottom of my closet. I have had many cats over the years since I was 5, and when they seek a spot like that it's usually one of two things: The cat is about to birth or it's about to pass. I am beside myself as to what to do really. I went so far as to throw away a pen with Lantus still in it and open another one in the off chance the open one was bad somehow. I even gave her a shot in between shots at 1:30 am this morning, something I never do, because her levels were still so high after her PM feeding and shot. I don't know what else to do. I can't imagine the stress this disease has inflicted on her internal organs since we are unsure how long this disease ran unchecked since her diagnosis. She's due for her AM shot an hour ago, I checked her BSL and it was in the 300s again despite the in between dosing.. I am going to try to give her a little more and see if that helps any. However, I did manage to get the levels down to 170s on Friday and Saturday but she still seemed miserable. I am sitting here on the couch typing this through my tears trying not to be bitter. Trying to come to terms that I may need to let her soon but for my own selfish reasons my heart does not want to. We lost my older cat, Kayleigh, last June...I don't know if my heart can take losing Taters too... Sorry for rambling on, Edit: I just gave her 2 U in the hopes that would help, she got pissed off, growled at me, but came out of her closet to eat at least. I will keep a close eye on her until the Vets opens and I will take her in and see what can be done. Not sure what else to say, I can't keep a thought to save me right now.