Yemala has been showing good and reliable numbers in the greens since remission. She threw off a 118 about 2 hours after eating this AM, but is down to 83 three hours later. No panic. She has, in the last two weeks, been exploring the prospect of illicit peeing. Her behavior around that time doesn't suggest that she has no control. She chooses where to pee - top of the dining room table has been hit twice, inside the habitat we use for the feral boys a couple of times, too. She waits until we are paying attention, then whizzes. Took her to a vet last week, and they diagnosed (without doing labs, as she had no pee to give) a UTI. She got convenia in the office, and three days later, had her last illicit pee (so far). I'm hoping this isn't something more serious, but the behavior stopped about a week ago. We still carry her downstairs to the kitty boxes from time to time, and if she has anything on board, she'll deign to go into a box. Where she lines up without squatting to pee out of the box and all over the floor, but at least it's not the table. She's also getting sub-q fluids every day or every other day for the early CKD. Taking potassium in her meals, eating low phosphate and low carb food, her appetite is good but her weight is lower than I would like though stable since October. This is just an update. I don't have any major concerns - her mobility is good (she ran up the steps from the basement last night after a kitty box visit), still jumps, eats really well, and is quite insistant on regular snuggles and pets. For a 19 year old, we're hopeful she's got some good time left.