Hi everyone, I have posted over the past several days to the Lantus page, since that was the insulin last prescribed for my Marcus before his 2 year remission, but as of tonight, we were given Vetsulin. My question: We, at first, had thought that maybe because Marcus had sneaked in and eaten dry cat food that it had bumped him out of remission. He spent today at the vet, and about $500 later, he had bloodwork, urine testing, and even an antibiotic injection--in addition to new insulin and syringes. He seemed lethargic again (he actually seemed more himself last night and this morning, even with a BG of 300+) and my daughter and I noticed what we thought was a poop smudge on his back hip. Upon closer inspection, it was a scab which when peeled back revealed a puss-filled small hole about half the size of a pea--and another one next to it. They are painful. He was not happy, but we removed the puss, put on some Neosporin--We are fairly sure that this was a bite from the newest rescue cat we just adopted. We did not see him get attacked, but we did see the new guy bite one of our other cats (we now have 4 total). Could this bite wound be the cause of Marcus's spike in BG? Should I take him back to the vet tomorrow morning? $$ I already called and left a message for them to call me. I know they gave him an antibiotic injection, but there is a hole that worries me. (I will probably take him anyway.) I gave Marcus the new insulin earlier. I've checked BG twice and it is in the 200's, so down some more. I'm worried--still. He has no energy and not very hungry.