Hello! So my cat Nudi started Prozinc in November 2018 went into remission July 2019 and went off insulin at that point and then at the end of December 2019 he went back on Prozinc. His numbers (morning & night before his dose) were always between 300’s-low 400’s whether the Prozinc dose was .5, .75, 1 or 2 units. So the numbers were always in the same range (high) no matter the dose. I assumed the insulin stopped working but then I had the Freestyle monitor put on him and that showed that on 2 units he was having a huge dip going from the 300’s down to the 70’s and then spiking back up to the 300’s- low 400’s during the day. So I lowered to 1.5 and there was still that big drop and spike. I then lowered to .75 but at this time the Freestyle came off but his morning and night numbers with the ear prick were in the 400’s on this dose and the vet was thinking it may still be doing the drop and spike so I lowered to .5 as I did get a day worth of data from the Freestyle on .5 and there was no drop and was pretty stable in the 200’s. So he has been on .5 with morning and night numbers still in the 300’s. I can’t seem to get him regulated into the 200’s. I stopped giving him any insulin today to see how he does without any Prozinc and to give his system a rest so that I could possibly try Lantus instead. I’m also getting another Freestyle put on him tomorrow. I have no idea if stopping the insulin is the right decision. I’m just reaching here as I don’t know what to do. He feels pretty sick when his numbers are in the 300’s. * Note* Also I did not record the numbers the first time I had the Freestyle put on. I should have done this. Then I got the Freestyle put on a second time and it was faulty. So the one day in blue on the chart are the wrong numbers then the Freestyle broke completely. Tomorrow I will be getting another Freestyle put on. Also, the day the Freestyle was giving the wrong readings Nudi didn’t get any insulin because it was showing his numbers were low so vet advised not to give insulin My partner also gave him the wrong dose of .75 one day when he had been getting .5. So I’m sure this isn’t helping with his regulation. Thank you so much!!