Hello all. My name is Adam Flowers. I posted my introduction to the forum yesterday September 23rd. My cat Mogee Pickles was just diagnosed with diabetes. I have a few major concerns. First, in my introduction I explained that my vet, who has been Mogee's vet since day one and who we absolutely love, recommended to change his diet. He recommended Royal Canin Glycobalance. Mogee changed foods on September 13th to Glycobalance and he loves it. He eats 3/8 cup dry mixed with 1/2 can wet of Glycobalance at 6:30 am and 6:30 PM. I have got a lot of feedback in this forum already that this particular food is way too high in carbs (14%). I also explained that I had to talk my vet into allowing my to mix the wet with the dry as he seems to be against wet or canned food altogether. I am struggling with this as I have always trusted my vet and I also researched Glycobalance before changing Mogee's diet and heard from just as many people that it tremendously helped their cat's numbers and talked to many who had their cat go into remission with Glycobalance, as I have heard how bad it is to feed food that high in carb content or to feed dry kibble at all. I just do not know where to go from here. I meet with my vet Tuesday to start insulin and learn how to administer it etc. I am concerned to change Mogee's food once again and start insulin at the same time. I just did my first home test and he tested at 290. I tested at 11:40 am and Mogee had ate at 6:40 am. Can someone help me understand this number more better? I know it is high. He has been tested at the vet too. He was 396 without fasting and a 306 and 324 when he did fast. After Tuesday I will be able to give you guys some more information such as what insulin he will be prescribed and his dosage. All of this is new to me. Obviously like most of you, Mogee is my baby, my everything. I want to do everything in my power to make sure he loves happy and healthy for as long as he can. Thank you everyone for your time and help!