Hi, I was advised to post here my situation with our hairless sphynx, Bazzy. Some background on Bazzy, she is about 11 years old. She has always had diabetic issues in the past. My family was able to get her into "remission" and off of insulin through diet. But I am led to believe she either relapsed, or her having cushing's disease caused her to go backwards in progress. She was recently diagnosed with Cushing's disease a few weeks ago. This is making it incredibly difficult to get her blood sugar(often between 400-500) under control and she has lost a lot of weight, probably at least 4 pounds. She's basically skin and bones, and her skin is is very fragile, thin and bruises easily. Before we knew what was going on, she would pretty much be curled up in a ball 24/7 sleeping and feeling too sick to do anything. We have since gotten her back on insulin, and the medication vetoryl for her cushing's disease. Here are some of the basics that are pretty important in our situation. The vet told us to give her 1 unit of Vetsulin if she is above 275. If she is below 275, she gets no insulin. If she is in the higher ranges like 350ish or 500, she gets 2. The vet also said only twice a day and nothing more. The vet wanted her to be on a 2x a day feeding. One in the morning, one at night. And they want her to "eat until she walks away." She is on the DM Purina Pro Vet Died(minced wet food) currently. She eats a whole can twice a day. I do test her before insulin injections and also in between. She gets her vetoryl medication for cushing's disease after her night time feeding. So we have her on a 9 am to 9 pm schedule for insulin. I now have since been recommended to switch her insulin over to Levemir or Lantus insulin. So my questions are basically... 1. Which of the two should I give her? Levemir was recommended at higher doses. 2. How many units do I give based off of her blood sugar levels? Is it the same as above and that's a good guideline to follow? 3. Should we no longer have her on a 2x a day feeding schedule per the vet's instructions? I'm all so very confused. 4. Which food would be best based off her having both Diabetes AND Cushing's disease for lowering her blood sugar down? If anyone has any questions, I can answer the best I can. She has only been on Vetoryl for 10 days now and it needs more time to work if it even will work. I've been trying to research as much as I possibly can. I just want the best for my Bazzy, but I have never personally dealt with Diabetes let alone Cushing's disease in a cat. If anyone can offer advice and can answer my questions, I would be so grateful. I will also add, the last 10 days I have noticed a slight change in her demeanor, despite her blood sugar being on the higher end. She has more energy, she's staying awake a lot longer, not constantly in a ball.