Apologies in advance for the long post... Just had a very stressful couple of hours trying to get Bob's BG back up from a potential hypo. After a good day yesterday - following a few days of illness, including vomiting - he seemed to be back on track to being his usual self. He was even very active this morning and for the first time in months was jumping up onto the furniture. However, he's also become very aware of what the blood tests are and goes into full feral fighting mode the moment he sees me with the meter, so it's been very difficult to test before his shots. I've basically been winging it, giving his shots (1u Lantus) by monitoring his food and water intake. Unfortunately today I've been caught out - as Bob hardly ate anything for breakfast and I realised he was very lethargic this afternoon, so much so that he actually didn't react at all when I took a blood test. When the result came out at 5.6 mmol (using Freestyle strips in an AT pet meter, so I understand that the reading might be slightly out) I gave him some of his old favourite food (non-diabetic) to boost his levels up, but he only licked the sauce and wouldn't eat the meat. As this is the lowest he's been and he was obviously feeling unwell, I also took the extra precaution of rubbing some honey on his gums. But half an hour later when I retested he'd dropped to 5.1. As he was resisting my attempts with the honey, I made up a solution with water and maple syrup in a feeding syringe and got some into his mouth. The next test showed a slight rise and he was a bit more reactive but didn't want to eat the food I'd given him. As our other cat has hardly any teeth, I keep a supply of liquid food sachets (although they are mostly protein based, with minimal sugars/carbs), so tempted Bob with some of that - only to have him throw the whole lot up again a few minutes later! I've now cooked up some chicken and he's eaten about a tablespoon of that. I retested again just over an hour ago and he'd risen to 6.5. He's now sleeping (and snoring!), so I'm going to use my last proper AT strip to get a precise reading of where he's at. Based on previous readings, he's past his peak time for the 1u he had this morning and I obviously won't be giving him a shot tonight. Any tips of how to get a poorly cat to eat much appreciated.