I have an adult cat (8 years) who was diagnosed with diabetes, he was treated with Lantus and diabetic food and went into remission today. He's been on antibiotics for liver inflammation for a little over a week. Recently he's looked weak, his legs are wobbly (possibly neuropathy/arthritis) and he doesn't want to eat almost all the time now. He'll maybe take one lick and become disinterested. Even with an anti nausea and appetite stimulant he's barely eating. Between the two days he's eaten the equivalent to maybe two meals, most of what he's had is treats which don't have great nutritional value. He's seeing the doc tomorrow, he's been seen frequently over the last week. Initially we thought the diabetes and liver were affecting his appetite, but now we're afraid there could be an underlying health problem. My vet is going to try for an ultrasound to see if there's more to this, maybe something with the stomach. I'm devastated, he's not himself, and after the successful numbers and being in remission I was so hopeful for a positive outcome but it feels like one step forward two steps back. Has anyone else struggled with a cat who doesn't want to eat? I've given him every kind of cat food imaginable. He prefers gravy, he has great difficulty with chunks of strips of food or thick pate. When he tries to eat he struggles to lick the pate off the plate, it looks like it must be a tooth issue, like it's too painful to eat, but the vet said his teeth look fine... I'm so lost and afraid of what's to come of this. We just lost our other beloved cat in May to kidney disease at only seven years old, it's super stressful.