My Jaxa, a nine year old female, was just diagnosed this morning and given her first insulin shot by the vet. We have been seeing a vet since November and she was diagnosed with pancreatitis in December. The LIPA test today looked good though so the vet thought that the pancreatitis was not an issue at the moment. So this is my concern. I had to bring her home and then go back to work, and when I came home she had been drinking but couldn't tell that she had eaten much. They sent us home with Royal Canin Glycobalance. The pieces of food are gigantic; Jaxa likes tiny pieces. She seemed hungry when I got home though, but wouldn't eat so I gave her half a tab of cerenia, and then her regular doses of ondansetron and cyproheptadine as the vet said to wean those slowly. So right now she seems hungry, but she won't eat, and every time she does try to eat she starts wheezing, gagging and has vomited up some of her food (then tried to eat it again). I gave her some wet Fancy Feast pate and the same thing happened with that food. I tried breaking the dry food into smaller pieces but it turns to dust instead of smaller chunks, so unfortunately that doesn't seem to be an option and she doesn't even want to try eating her regular Fancy Feast dry. I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do if I can't get her to eat when I am supposed to give her shot in the morning. I left a msg with the vet's office, but of course this is Saturday night and after the last few months I cannot afford an emergency call unless it is an absolute emergency.