Hello! We've just had our big grey fur-baby diagnosed as diabetic over Christmas time. He has pretty bad neuropathy in his back legs which has meant we've been dealing with little to no movement/walking (was peeing only on a puppy-training pad on his sleeping pillow at one point) to now walking enough to get into a modified litter box (boot tray with super low sides), diarrhea from insulin introduction and now he is not really eating (not a fan of the wet food) and therefore we have had to skip a few shots. We are not yet testing at home, just skipping his shot if he doesn't eat adequately. He is eating at 8am & 8 pm and getting his shot 30 min afterwards as long as he has eaten well. His spirit is better over the last couple weeks, and his mobility seems to be slowly getting a bit better. A few questions I have about eating: - If he won't eat the wet food, do we offer him a high-quality (healthfood store brand) dry kibble just to get him to eat something? - If he seems to be weak because he's not eating anything, is it better to feed him at any time (if he shows an interest in eating) just to get some nutrients into him? Or wait until his scheduled time and then try a variety of options. We are going away and a pet-sitter is coming to live-in for 10 days. I am very worried about providing them with all the information to care for Kalvin properly.