Here's a long speil of history, my main question is at the bottom. My guy Bentley went in for bloodwork to tackle a recently bout of inappetance, diarrhea, and frequent drinking and urination. This came at the end of a four week long course of doxy for an eye infection that wouldnt stop recurring. Since diarrhea has pushed his kidney values out of wack before, we suspected this was the cause. The kidney values came back almost identical to his last bout, but with the addition of anemia, assumed to be from the kidney issues. The curveball was that his glucose came back at 240 in labwork done around 11 am, he ate before going in around 9. The vet said it didnt seem "diabetes high" but he hasnt recovered from the rear leg weakness and laying down immediately when he gets where hes going that came with the weight and muscle mass loss due to the diarrhea and the kidney level issues. This is despite supplementing all areas associated with CKD neuropathy (B12, potassium, adding in phosbind) and getting him back up to two 5 oz cans of food a day. In the last 5 days he has developed laryngeal paralysis, which I know is rare in cats, but is often a marker of diabetes in dogs (presents as choking on "something" in his throat only when he tries to purr, causes loud labored breathing and sometimes a "honk". I discovered this when I thought he smelled kinda funny and sweet last night, and researched links between the symtoms. Inappetence is still an issue, not the extreme hunger usually associated with Diabetes, so we were really skeptical at first, but i want to do some home curves to keep an eye on him. The vet prescribed pred in hopes that some upper airway inflammation seen on his xrays may be exacerbating the laryngeal paralysis and improve his bowel situation. I have picked up a glucose meter to do a baseline curve tomorrow, but im having trouble find examples of "normal" pre-insulin treatment glucose curves. I know there is no true normal, but i'm hoping to at least get a baseline for the expected range of varience throughout the day. He gets very stressed at the vet, so i suspect his levels in an office curve will not be accurate, not to mention a big cost on top of the labs and emergency visits we've alrady had. With his inappetance, he is being offered food every 4-6 hours 1/2 can at a time. We have gotten back to eating most of the offering at each serving, but he often moves off from it out of frustration at the effort he is putting in to eating, and needs to be reintroduced to it at least once, when he happily starts again. So does anyone have preinsulin curves of a normal cat, or a cat that has gone into remission that still has detailed levels taken? Thanks in advance for your help.