I have a 7 month old kitten that got very sick and after progressively getting worse in a matter of 3 days, my vet did some blood tests, which revealed that my kitten's glucose levels were exceptionally high, which was a case of either diabetes or pancreatitus, both which the vet said was unusual in the case of such a young cat. He gave the cat a dose or two of insulin but that did not change anything and the decision was made to euthanase the kitten. An autopsy was done and the vet at first could not find a pancreas, but he said eventually he found a small blob of red flesh which he suspects was the pancreas and also the kittens' kidneys were 80% not functioning, the vet has put the cause of illness and death to a birth defect, and it would have been impossible for the kitten to live much longer without a functioning pancreas. Besides the fact that I am very much heartbroken, I have tried to google the above and cannot find anything relating to a kitten born without a functioning pancreas, has anybody ever had or heard of such a case or similar as mine. I am concerned as there were 7 kittens in the litter and I have his little sister, I would hate for the same to happen to her. My kittens initial symptoms was sudden, lethargy, not eating at all, throwing up alot of bile and runny tummy.