Hi, there. My 14-yo kitty, Tiger, was diagnosed with diabetes last year which is where I discovered this wonderful source of information. Well, he went into remission last January with a complete diet overhaul (YA Mature Zero and Fancy Feast pates) and now the diabetes is back with a vengeance. He's currently at the kitty hospital and I was hoping to get him back home today but that's not looking likely since his glucose tested at over 600(!!!) this morning. They have put him on fluids as well as Lantus insulin and they are feeding him Royal Canin Glycobalance, which is not what he eats at home, but it's what the vet wanted to try. My main concern is when they get his dosage to even things out, when we get back home, I'm planning on keeping him on the YA Mature Zero and fancy feast but what will that do as far as insulin dosage? The way they're doing it now is basing it on what he's currently eating there at the vet, not what he normally eats at home. Also, the biggest reason I believe that his diabetes came back (although I can't be 100% sure) is I had a kitty who recently passed away that had chronic renal failure; for the past 3-4 months of her life, she was eating whatever I could get her to eat which was mainly Royal Canin kidney support food and consequently, Tiger would eat her food as well. I also have a kitten and he's been eating YA little bites, and again, Tiger ate his food too. :| I have 4 cats total and feeding them separately is no easy task. I got to the point with the kidney kitty, I'd just leave the food out because she wouldn't always eat when I wanted her to eat. I have a blood glucose monitor and need to educate myself on how to use it on him properly and from what i've read, set up a spreadsheet to track his numbers. Any other suggestions/pointers/encouragement is definitely welcome! Thanks!