As some of you know, my cat Mac has had elevated BG numbers again recently after being very well controlled on diet alone for the past 6 years or so. I have to admit after all that time we had gotten a little complacent/lax about strictly following a very low carb diet; while he got only canned food, some of them were the higher carb FF varieties, which he ate a *lot* more readily than the pates. However, now that his numbers have increased we have tightened back up on the diet to try to get things back under control/hopefully avoid the need for insulin... and I am having a problem getting him to eat the pates with the recommended amount of carbs. So far he seems to like the Wellness ones better than the FF, but the Wellness is much higher in calories, and Mac is already a little heavier than he is supposed to be; he's 15.8 lbs and the vet would really like him to be around 13-14. I saw a post about the Young Again Zero Carb dry food and how a cat actually got into remission on it. Having had it drilled into my head that All Dry Food is Evil, I was very surprised by that, but it made me wonder if that would be an option to mix with the lower calorie pates to get Mac to eat it better. Any thoughts? His BG is coming down slowly but steadily over the past week (from 270 -> 186 yesterday) but he is just not eating as well as I'd like. He LOVES any kind of dry crunchy food so if this product is an option I would love to hear it.