Hello all! Comet and I have been doing this song and dance for 2 years now. She is still not regulated. She was diagnosed while we lived in North Carolina and I was very diligent with her care. She was immediately switched to Wellness GF (after a 6 week stint on Purina DM wet...) hoping for the great success I had read on these boards with diet control. However, I didn't see that happen. In March 2016 we moved across the country to California. I tried to keep up with her spreadsheet as much as possible. However, as you can tell, I was only successful through June. My new job involved me working 12-14 hour days 6 days a week with on-call 24/7. I chose an apartment close to work to make it easier to go home on breaks and lunches (normal commutes here are 1hr+). She still received both does of insulin (2.0-2.5u depending on BG) and also switched to Fancy Feast ($$$) during this time. She has never seemed anything other than her loving self and we have only had a a couple of hypo scares (never any symptoms but BG below 50 and I NEVER shoot below 150). Enter in 2018. I have taken a promotion which will allow a better work-life balance. While some travel is involved, I am working on average 8:30-17:30. My sanity is coming back and, as such, want to make sure Comet gets back on track as well. Currently, her BG most commonly ranges from 300s-low 400s with 2 units of ProZinc 12 hours apart. She is still on Fancy Feast but I have ordered some YA Mature to free feed during the day and at night. Plan: First, let her reset on diet. She is currently eating two cans in the AM and another two cans in the PM. Young Again is scheduled to be here on Wednesday the 10th and I intend to replace 1 can at each feeding with a bowl of these yummies (she absolutely loves kibble). I intend to hold her insulin during this time (her AMPS and PMPS have not been noticeably different with or without). On Saturday January 6th I will perform a day curve to understand what exactly her BG looks like without insulin. I know what it should look like but I know every cat is different and 2 years can change things. Then would look to start insulin back on Sunday. I would look to start with 1u unless directed to begin with a different dose from an adviser here. I would like to curve again the following Saturday or Sunday to adjust the dose as necessary. I am so excited to get us both back on track (Mom is definitely a little heavier working those types of hours lol). While she may not have received perfect care over the past year, I do know that I tried my hardest and hope none of you judge me too much. I want what is best for my baby girl and hope you guys will help support us as we work through the coming weeks.