Hello, dear forum users! Our cat was diagnosed with diabetes at the end of 2018. During this time, we changed about 3 veterinarians, but could not fully solve the problem of high blood sugar. All 3 said it didn't matter whether the food was dry or wet, and all advised diabetic food, such as Royal Canin Diabetes. In our city there is not a large selection of cat food, ordering from amazon is very expensive, and wet Royal Canin is quite expensive, so we use dry mostly, and wet for dessert. I've read articles on this site, and they all say that wet food is preferable to dry. How important is it to feed wet? Are all our vets wrong? The first veterinarian prescribed a strict diet, feeding the cat during the day every hour in very small portions. The insulin dose was 0.01 ml levemir. We kept about 5-6h months, but he began to lose weight and constantly asked to eat, even at night woke everyone. The second veterinarian said not to give insulin if the sugar is less than 18, and to feed as much as he wants, and only prescribed homeopathic medicines. After a week or two, we decided to change the vet because his recommendations looked very strange. About 1.5 months ago, we contacted another veterinarian, who advised not to limit the cat in food, he began to eat well, but also began to drink a lot of water, and the dose of insulin began to grow, and now it is already 0.02 ml levemir. But sugar now averages 20-25, sometimes 17-20, and during a diet with a dose of 0.01 was about 15-20. His food needs are getting bigger every day. What are we doing wrong? Do I need to go on a diet again, or do I need to raise my insulin dose? Or maybe we need to add some medication? I would be grateful for any advice, and i apologize in advance for possible mistakes, english is not my native language.