Hello everyone- newbie here. My Bogie was diagnosed last Monday. His numbers were very high because I stupidly didn’t recognize the signs until he was very lethargic. He was placed on Vetsulin (2 units twice/day) and I was prepared to learn all I can to be able to take care of him. But he has never gained back his appetite and has been hospitalized twice since then. My local vet kept him overnight Tues and Wed because he was lethargic and dehydrated and wouldn’t eat. They gave him fluids and got him to eat a tiny bit then sent him home with me Thurs. On Friday I went back to the vet and they took some more blood and treated him for pancreatitis. I was sent home with pain meds and sub q fluids. By Saturday morning he was worse so I took him to the emergency vet. Thank goodness, because his kidney numbers were very high. (They were not high on Monday). I borrowed money to have him admitted at the emergency vet. He was placed on fluids, antibiotics, and nutrition through a tube. It really helped. He was almost like his old self yesterday. But he still wasn’t eating a lot. His demeanor was good (and the $ was running out) so the vet and I decided to send him home where he would be more comfortable to see if he’ll eat. He has slept most of the time, which I understand is normal after hospitalization. But he has only eaten about 8 treats and one bite of food. I gave him 2mg if Cypro last night but it made him woozy and he didn’t eat. (In all this, I have just been giving him one unit of insulin as he is not eating.) I gave him 3.75 mg Mirtz earlier in the week but I did not like how spaced out he was on that. It was awful. The ER vet said he was prescribed too much, and to try less, but it scared me. So I asked her for an alternative, hence the Cypro. I need to call the vet again and I am so stressed. I haven’t slept much, all I do is cry and now I have another bill to pay. I may ask the vet to put a tube in so I can feed him at home. But I am running out of money for vet visits. Any advice would be appreciated. Follow up: Bogie is 12 years old, has never had other ailments. I plan on home testing but the ER vet told me she doesn’t want me to stress about that yet. She wants to focus on getting him to eat first.