Hello! My Echo was just diagnosed as diabetic and I'm unsure of what to do about her food. My vet recommended a high fiber diet such as Hills w/d or a Royal Canin equivalent. But from what I read here most feed their cats a wet food diet. Echo is overweight at 12 lbs so she needs something to slim her down a bit. Also, I am unsure of how to go about feeding her throughout the day. Currently I have a timed dry food feeder but both of my cats know how to get the food out of it if they want to and if there is none in the dish when they want it they just sit and meow at me until I put some in there, so basically they are free fed. I see some use a different type of timed feeder with wet food, however that won't work for me when I'm not home as I have two dogs that will most definitely eat any wet food they smell if I'm not around to stop them. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks all!