Franklin was diagnosed in August 2017 and with the help and knowledge of people here, I changed his diet and got him into remission fairly quickly. Sometimes I wonder if actually had diabetes or not. Recently he has been hungrier. I started to write a post wondering if he might have hyperthyroidism. However, in pulling the weight stats together, since both he and his sister have lost weight, I wonder if I am feeding them enough? He is always very hungry in the morning. Sometimes he will eat too fast and vomit. The current vet suggested putting a golf ball in his bowl to slow him down in eating. This has helped. A previous vet had told me she wanted Franklin around 15 pounds but I'm not seeing her anymore. I don't remember the current vet saying anything about his weight at Franklin's last annual visit. I did a curve on Franklin last Monday and it seemed fine. His sister also seems to be hungry in the morning but she doesn't have the vomit issues. I have started feeding her in the bathroom with the door closed because he would nudge her out of the way to eat her food. Sometimes he hadn't finished his yet so I just assumed he was being a bully. Now he waits for the bathroom door to open and then he will clean her bowl. I have a third cat, Tennessee, who I took in when a neighbor abandoned him. If he leaves any food behind, Franklin will eat that as well. He did that this morning and tossed his cookies. In January Franklin weighed 18 1/2 pounds and Ellie weighed 12.5 pounds. About a week ago, Franklin weighed 16.14 1/2 pounds and Ellie weighed 10.14 pounds. Every now and then Franklin is constipated and does the scooting thing. So that and the occasional vomit from eating too fast or too much are the only symptoms I see. Sometimes I will put Metamucil in his food. I currently have two part-time jobs. One is in retail so I have irregular hours. I try to feed them at regular times but some days that can be a challenge with my retail work schedule. This is what I shoot for: 7:30 a.m. Split 1/3 can of FF among all three 8:00 or 8:30 a.m. Split 1/2 can of FF between two indoor cats. (Outdoors cat has headed outside.) I wait to feed the second serving to avoid Franklin vomiting by eating too much. 12:30 p.m. Split 1/3 can of FF between all three About 5:30 p.m. Split 1/3 can of FF between all three Anywhere between 9:00 and 11:00 p.m. split 1/3 can between all three. And sometimes Franklin and Tennessee will both tell me they are still hungry so I might split another 1/3 can between the three after this one. Most days I am regular with the feeding times between morning and lunch. It's weekends and after 12:30 when my schedule can be a little irregular. So instead of 5:30 p.m., it might be 6:30 p.m. I seem to be falling into a pattern on the retail job of having to open on Sundays so I might feed them meal one at 5:45 a.m. and meal two around 6:15 a.m. just before I head out the door. Next meal might be 10:00 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. and then next one might be at 2:00 or 3:00. Weekends can through the whole day off. So that is about two cans or a little bit more each day for Franklin. He gets a little more as he eats anything left by the others. Ellie eats most of her food but sometimes leaves a little bit. Tennessee is always in a rush to get outside in the morning so he doesn't always eat all of his breakfast. Tennessee also gets a little bit of dry food out in the garage. How much FF should I be feeding them each day? And how worried should I be about the schedule of feeding them, especially Franklin? Thanks and apologies for the long post.