Update: We can pick her up this afternoon. She has been eating and They are happy with her and I just have to send them ablood glucose reading later tonight and send through to them the next few days. They think that the fact that she is going into remission most likely may be the issue with the unstable levels and also a possible uti as there was some blood in her urine. She will come home on antibiotics. We are Feeling very relieved! Willow is back at the emergency vet as of yesterday. They are worried something more sinister could be wrong but we are hoping it’s just early stages of getting the diabetes under control. Several weeks ago they tested for pancreatitis and it was negative. But even after having her bad teeth out a week and a half ago she is unwell again. She looked like she was picking up then started vomiting and not eating again. Dehydration is an issue. We are going to get her to a specialist once she’s more stable. The vet want us to come in and visit and see if she’ll eat more for us. They are treating her as before with pain relief, drip and appetite stimulant. She’s lost quite a lot of weight and is down to 2.9. Just wondering if a lot of diabetic cats are this unwell to start with? The vet wants to look at an ultrasound when she goes to a specialist ialist to check nothing else sinister is going on. She doesn’t have ketones this time at least. I’m fact her BG levels have been much lower since having her teeth out. She did have one day of being around 24 BG all day before she went suddenly downhill. Needless to say we are extremely worried.