I have an appointment at the vet later and just wanted some advice as every time we go they don't seem to listen to us. We took Loki to the vets after we noticed an increase in urination and drinking over the course of a week and a half, from this he was then diagnosed with diabetes at the end September. He is on canninsulin, started at 2 units and is now on 2.5 units 2x a day. He only ever had one glucose curve carried out at the vets which was inconclusive due to stress. Since then they have monitored his glucose using fructosamine tests only. We wanted to home test but we were told there was no point as his glucose is consistently high and his diabetes unregulated. He also has blood in his urine which after all tests is being caused by stress however, medication such a nutricyst have not helped. Over the last 3 or so weeks he has become increasingly aggressive towards our other cat, they've never had any other issues before this. I've tried everything I can think of including using feliway and nothing is working. The bouts of aggression seem to come on suddenly and it's gotten to the point that I've had to separate them. I've rang then vets and had at 2 appointments (with the same vet) and it's been dismissed each time. They ran another fructosamine test, glucose was still high so suggested to up his insulin to 3 units. The vet said I would need to home test due to the increase and that they would supply me with the kit. As it would take a couple of weeks to get this kit, I've not increased his insulin. Friday night Loki attacked our other cat quite severely with me having to physically separate them. He has also started to become suddenly ravenous and is actively hunting around the house for food. I rang the vets and got an appointment straight away. As our usual vet was away we saw a different vet who said it sounded like he might be having a hypo during these times. There could be a chance that he may not require insulin anymore as he is no longer frequently urinating or drinking and isn't showing other signs of diabetes so suggested it could have been stress related. I was told that she would call me on Monday with a plan, possibly taking him off insulin all together. Yesterday the practice rang and said our regular vet had requested we come to an appointment today to see the diabetic nurse. I asked what the appointment was for and the receptionist couldn't tell me and they were not aware of me being due a call back from the second vet. My worry is that they will try and convince us to increase his insulin and totally dismiss the recommendation of the second vet. Given what's been happening recently and the fact that they don't seem to take my concerns into account, would I be doing the right that by refusing to increase it? Also I'm unsure about what to do next, any advice would be greatly appreciated. Sorry about the long post but I'm really stuck on what to do.