So Ziggy has been gaining weight and being more active. Last week he took away his feeding tube by himself, we took care of it and the hole already closed. He got tested for ketones at the vet and the result was finally zero (less than a month after ketoacidosis). On Friday night he scared the hell out of us, I gave him his food bowl and he didn't wake up, I even put some food on his nose and nothing, we called him and he kept asleep. I was desperately thinking of all hypo symptons and emergency treatments, my wife was running to the fridge to get him some sugar, I was mentally making plans for food + sugar + vet trip, trying to remember everything that I read. This all lasted a couple of seconds. Suddenly he jumped awake and started eating lol We observed him for a few hours and he was completely fine, he was just on a very heavy sleep lol That happened on the same day I had myself a hypo episode (I'm not diabetic but I've been experiencing hypoglicemia sometimes), you can only imagine how the day was for my wife lol Saturday morning my eyesight was kinda bad and he was a bit stressed, so I gave him a furshot. I was about to give him half a dose, but I remembered all the threads in here saying high for a long while is better than low for a bit, so I just kept him away from dry food the whole day (since he needs to gain weight, the vet didn't forbid any kind of food yet) until his PM dose. Yesterday we finally bought a glucometer so we don't go blind on this journey. The vet said we don't need it, but I get very desperate if I can't know how his levels are (specially after the weekend episodes). But now I have a problem. Ziggy was being very cooperative with his care, but the better he gets, the less he lets us manage him. I have to give him his AM shots by myself, so I wanna know if you have really good tips on how to manage insulin shots on cats who run away from you lol Today I had to give it on his neck (he got it shaved for the tube), because the time I spend looking for skin and spreading his fur is enough for him to run away. I got it right, but he walked away when I was finishing it and the needle hurt him a bit. I already use pretty small needles.