Hi Everyone! I'm Charlotte and I have a 14 year old cat named Kitty (lol I know) who was diagnosed early August of 2017. Background: On advice from our vet, she was eating a high protein dry food and getting dosed 2 units of Vetsulin once every 24 hours. I continued this until 2 weeks ago when I noticed Kitty was in bad shape and I found the incredible information here on the FDMB. I began by switching her to 1 unit every 12 hours. The problem is that Kitty is a finicky eater to begin with and would only eat her dry food if you sprinkled her carb-loaded tuna treats on top of it. Even then she was only eating 1/4th of the actual food. She refuses to eat any wet food. I've tried so many brands. So she has an overall lack of desire for food, but will occasionally demand treats and only treats. CURRENT SITUATION Yesterday and today I began to do assisted feeding of Friskies pate using a mouth syringe right before each insulin injection. I can only get about 2 oz of food in her before she becomes unbearable to manage. I also started recording her BG. 10/13/17 (dry food - for reference) PMPS - 485 tested negative for ketones before bed - 457 10/14/17 (wet food) AMPS - 414 PMPS - 287 today: 10/15/17 (wet food) AMPS - 318 +1 - 299 +2 - 387 +3 - 328 +4 - 342 +5 - 317 +6 - 323 From +4 to +6 Kitty started acting very unresponsive. She was sitting up, but eyes were squinty and two times she just let her head fall face first into the couch cushion like a kid thats nodding off in class. I was able to gently shake her awake but this behavior seemed very odd accompanied by her unresponsive and lethargic attitude all day. It seemed odd that she'd be acting this way when her BG was in the 300s. I decided to feed her bc I feared her BG might drop suddenly. I put little shreds of chicken, tuna, and even tried her old favorite carb tuna treats but she refused all of it. I ended up doing .5 oz Friskies Pate via mouth syringe. (post 2nd feeding) +7 - 416 Perked up a little after this, but still very lethargic So my question is: is it really just that Kitty didn't eat enough food to be alert? Is her body acting like she is hypoglycemic because compared to her old numbers, mid and low 300s are relatively low? Please help! I want to get my kitty regulated, but its disheartening seeing that she was acting better and more lively while on a carb heavy diet. How should I move forward?