I know it's been quick, and if this is true, we are so very lucky, but it's beginning to look a lot like remission. Billy and me are ready to start the OTJ countdown. Wish us luck and bless you all. Billy would have a very different story if it wasn't for the awesome information we got here, and the wonderful members who have helped us. I'm going to post these pictures again, because I think it's living proof how valuable this group is and how you all are very much saving kitty's lives. Billy at day zero, the day he was diagnosed. Hadn't eaten for two days and a BGL over 500. So very sick. He wasn't closing his eyes in this picture, he looked like that for 2 days. He had signs of nephropathy in his hind legs. No talking, no purring, no eating. We thought we were losing him. Billy on day 11. He'd been on low carb wet food for a while. He's alert, active, and back to doing things we realized we hadn't seen him do in months. Like jumping up to sit by the window. Running through the house after a trip to the litter box. No more litter caked in his hind feet. Back to talking and purring up a storm. I know we're not out of the woods. I know we have to keep an eye on this the rest of his life. I also know how very grateful I am for this group. If he's going into remission, it's because of you all, and I can't thank you enough.