My cat has been diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis and I just wonder if anyone with experience of it with their cat could give me any advice about it . He was diagnosed last week. I took him to the emergency vet on the Sunday morning and I didn't give him his insulin because he wouldn't eat and he'd vomited, but my vet said I should have given him his insulin even though he wouldn't eat, because his pancreas was playing up, but I didn't know then that he had pancreatitis and I thought it was dangerous to give insulin on an empty stomach. She said that in future, if he doesn't eat to still give him his insulin.Was the vet right? Also, another thing that's bothering me is that he had to go back for a few days every morning for two injections, one anti-inflammatory and the other antibiotic, but I've read since that antibiotics aren't necessary with pancreatitis and can actually make the cat feel worse, because it's not an infection so it should be avoided. This week, I was given Synulox antibiotics to give him twice a day, but I haven't give him any because of what I've read. I'm worried to give them and worried not to give them. He's had no fluids at all, I told the vet that if he needed them then I could give him fluids at home but she didn't answer. He's stopped vomiting ( she gave me Cerenia for three days) and wants to go out and he eats all right during the day but it's sometimes a struggle to get him to eat enough in the morning for his PMPS although we get there somehow. Should I really give him his insulin if he doesn't eat much or doesn't eat at all? She gave him Onsior anti-inflammatory once a day but told me to cut it down to every other day unless he's in pain, which I think he is, so I give it every day but has he been given enough treatment? I know you can't tell me what to give him but with all the experience here I just wondered if it seemed like enough treatment. Would be so grateful for an opinion. I've got to take him back to the vet tomorrow.