Hi everyone, My cat Chachi has just diagnosed with diabetes a little back story he will be 14 years old this year and he has been a free-range feeder all his life. I use to feed him a grain-free diet for many years until about four years ago when he had a urinary blockage and the vet at that time switched him to prescription hills urinary care kibble food which he liked as a free-range feeding. As a treat, I always give him a scoop of can food in the morning and at dinner time so he is used to set feeding times and stuck with the grain-free can food and give him TikiCat or Cats in the Kitchen. So we went to the vet last week for excessive thirst and urination and low and behold he is diabetic he lost 2lbs (was 15lbs and is now 13lbs) His level was a little over 400 and I was given vetsulin 2 units a day and prescribed Hills prescription Glucose M/D kibble and can food. the vet recommended a quarter cup of kibble with a spoon of can food mixed in twice a day. Well, my cat refused to eat it all together - not even the can food! So I had a follow-up visit with vet yesterday and yes his levels did drop to 320 but I found out I was only giving him 1 unit of vetsulin because the vet tech did not explain the syringe's markings correctly so now I am on track. I explained to the vet that Chachi refused to eat the food he prescribed and I took the food I was currently giving him which was Tiki Cat and Cats in the Kitchen food to ask if this was acceptable to give him? if so I needed to know how much of the 3 az can should he have to aid in the weight loss. The vet did not even want to look at my food and said lets try another food before we look at yours. so he prescribed Prescription hills metabolic and urinary care kibble and can food and said he can have a half cup and a spoon of the can at each meal twice a day. So today my cat still will not eat the hard food as this is his was his free-range food and will not eat it on demand. the can food he is hesitant but mainly drinks to juices and leaves the meaty parts so I had to mix it with the TikiCat to get him to eat enough so I could give him his shot. I keep reading cats should not eat kibble at all but my vet is persistent about this prescription hills diet to help get his levels in check and help him lose weight. Is TikiCat and Weruva can food good for diabetic cats (they are around 60 calories and zero to low carbs) if so how much is recommended per feeding?