Hi all, I'm sure there are a million posts on this here, but somehow I'm missing the information I am looking for. Long story short is my diabetic cat (Lestat) seems to be getting extra finicky with his food. Stuff he used to eat he now only picks at/licks the gravy...so I'm back to square one in looking for a diabetic friendly food that hopefully won't break the bank while appealing to him (and hopefully his siblings won't revolt). I have looked at Dr. Lisa's wet food chart (and downloaded it), but there is a bit of info I can't find, and would to help me out. What are the minimum/max percentages I should be looking for? My instinct says: Protein - Min. 40% Fat - Max. 65% (Weight isn't an issue, but guessing I don't want something that has a lot of fat in it) Carbs - Max 10% Phosphorus - Max 200mg Also, for those that do use the OTC foods, which brands do you use. I know all cats are different, but if one cat likes it, maybe mine will. For a while, Lestat was happy with Purina Pro Plan. Then he seemed to get tired of it, so we switched to Friskies Pate. But that seems to be losing its appeal to him as well. Thanks in advance!