Picked up Lucy's meds and blood results today, not quite as happy as when the message from the vet was nothing concerning! There are two red items on it, her SDMA is the highest it's been, at 18 (top end of scale 14) - it was 16 on diagnosis in 2017 and we did get it down to 9 in 2019, so I think the fact she no longer accepts renal wet food is having an effect, although I have to remind myself that it is 5 years since her initial diagnosis, and her Urea and Creatnine are still within normal limits, so she's not up to 70% loss yet. Her creatnine looks just under half way on the little line - 122, top end of scale is 212, although this is up from 2019, when it was 104 although there is a graph at the top that shows it was a lot higher in 2017. Her urea is near the bottom end of normal, the top end is 12.9, but no comment about the last result. Guessing her BUN:Creatnine ratio (no idea why one is measured as urea and one BUN!) must be normal at 14, as there is no comment against it. The other red item is globulin, but I can see why the vet wasn't concerned, it's 54, and the top end of scale is 51, plus there is no flag against her Albumin:Globulin ratio and a quick google search shows that could just be dehydration - I don't have any water bowls upstairs as when I have, she's refused to drink out of them, she only likes it in the front room, so she had gone without water as I'd kept her in my room all morning.