Meet Hamilton. He is 5.5 yrs. old. I am a cat rescuer, he is my first diabetic. He was returned to me from a rescue that I placed him in. I have been treating him with vet care, dry and wet DM food, and prozinc that keeps going up and up. I am ready to abandon this kind of care and work on him myself with a meter and strips that DCIN sent me. But I need help. I need a starting point. My recent prozinc bottle is already half empty because he is on such a high dose, 7 units. Will I be able to figure out how much insulin to give him? Does it change all the time? How much food should I give him and what kind? I'd like to start him on Fancy Feast or Friskies, something I don't have to go to the vet for. His weight goes up and down because he sneaks food from my other rescues, which I sometimes have to put in the room with him. He's so hungry and I feel bad for him and give him too much I'm sure.