Hi there, I've noticed something kind of strange going on with my 16lb. seven-year-old boy. He was diagnosed with diabetes back in September 2017 (luckily, I think we caught it early). He's been on insulin shots twice daily since then. He's always had a very timid nature. He scares easily and frequently runs from the room if I so much as sneeze. Seriously. Despite what you may think, this isn't due to any sort of abuse or trauma. I've had him since he was four weeks old. My point is that he has always been very sensitive so he hasn't adjusted very well (emotionally) to his insulin shots. It's like herding sheep just to get a hold on him when it's time for a shot. Otherwise, he's very cuddly. We have to shut the bedroom door to keep him from hiding under the bed when it's time for his shot. The sound of the door closing now sends him into a panic. ➜ Nevertheless, we do what needs to be done. However, over the last couple of months, I've noticed a new and odd behavior forming that I'm thinking must be an act of "rebellion". He has begun peeing and pooping in the shower. It started out as just peeing in the shower, but in the last month it has escalated. The litter box has never posed a problem for him before and it is always kept clean. In fact, it is right next to the shower, so his choice of potty spot is very deliberate. There are certainly worse places he could choose to "act out", but I'm worried it might escalate further in the long term. It's only been four months, after all. Has anyone else experienced anything like this with their diabetic kitty? -Jess & Steeler P.S. Does anyone know what happened to Evo's Dry Cat Food? It seems to have been taken off the market recently. I want to transition him to a lower carb/higher protein dry food until I can get him fully transitioned to wet food. That's the ultimate goal, but he's been quite resistant so far.