My husband, Kevin, and I just received a diabetic diagnosis for one of our cats, Panda. We took him to the vet because he hurt is back leg and seemed to be in a lot of pain, but was his happy self just pretty immobile. The vet did some blood work on him and discovered he was diabetic. She gave him insulin and an antibiotic while he was there on Friday, but he hasn't acted himself since. His leg still seems to be bothering him, but now he is being antisocial, sleeping constantly, not eating normally, and just a moody cat. We go back to the vet Monday. Thanks to this site and many, many more I feel pretty prepared to talk about the diagnosis and treatment course we are comfortable with - I am just afraid the diabetic diagnosis is distracting from the hurt leg. Also I am concerned that my cat went from his happy self with a hurt leg, to a very unhappy, moody cat with a hurt leg. Do some cats respond poorly to insulin? Are there any questions I should be asking the vet? Any advice before we go in tomorrow would be welcomed. I am a very worried cat mom right now.