Hello, I want to find out if Whiska's wet cat food in pouches is a good food to give to my diabetic cat. I cannot afford anything expensive. This is what I had been giving to him: Whiska's Simply Grilled Pouches: Chicken, Turkey, Salmon, Trout But it has been sort of a "new" thing to give him wet food, I had mostly been just giving him dry food, Go Cat from Purina. But I noticed he kept wanting wet food. When I found out he has diabetes, a couple of days ago, I started looking online and it seems that canned food is the best thing to give him. I want to ask you, do I feed him like 2 pouches of wet food a day, like one in the morning and another at night? Then perhaps leave out the dry kibbles for him to munch on the rest of the day? Also, is it good to give him a liquid cat food called Liquivite once in a while, to make sure he is getting enough liquids? and if so, how much? I live in the UK and so some of the cat foods that used to be available to me when I lived in the United States are no longer available. I read online that there is a cat food called PetGuard that is supposed to be good for diabetic cats but I can only find that online in the USA. I cannot afford at all the insulin treatments, I will not go into detail why, but my income is extremely limited. So the best I can do is try and feed my cat the best diet.