Hello! Long time since I have been to the boards. I stop by and read once in a while, but the kitties keep us SO busy. Our new diabetic foster Emmanuel, or Manny, came to us right around Christmas time. We didn't really need another foster, but he probably would have been euthanized at the pound if we didn't take him. He is estimated over 10yrs old, had very severe eye disease and was diagnosed while still at the pound. They started him on 2U of Lantus b.i.d. and I think he may have gotten insulin sensitive being on too high of a dose starting out. The first test they took 4 days after starting him was 66. So. He is a bouncer. He was terribly bouncy at first and seems better. But we've been at 0.75U for a while and he keeps seeing the 200s, but also gets to the 60s enough that I am not sure we should go back up when we aren't getting as many tests as we should. Normally I see that many 200s, I go back up. But does it look like we are just missing the low that is triggering the bounce and we should be lowering to see if we can avoid the bounce? Manny's Spreadsheet He is fed 4X - shot, +6, shot, +6. DM is the only thing that cleared up his SEVERE diarrhea so even though I don't particularly care for it, his food needs to be that. We tried many. He is a little over 9 pounds, should probably still gain a couple. Manny after about 6 weeks of treatment for his eyes, ringworm, and diabetes Manny at the pound.