Hello. I have a 12 year old cat who found us when he was just a kitten. He has been a wonderful pet. He was diagnosed with diabetes about two months ago. He is on Vetsulin. He seems better but not 100%. He feels bad so he has become aggressive with our toddlers. If they so much as even bump into him he attacks them. They are pretty good about leaving him alone (really I'm not just saying that) and have learned to give him his space but being toddlers sometimes they knock into him or forget and walk too close to the chair he is sitting on. Just today my youngest dropped his ball and it rolled into the cat so the cat attacked him scratching less than an cm from his eye. Frankly, I'm exhausted and out of money trying to treat the cat. We have four kids and unfortunately have a finite amount of resources. I've spent hours on the board and internet trying to understand how to control his diabetes on a budget but I'm not having much success. I have a glucose meter but can't ever get enough blood to get it to work correctly. The last time I tried six times before he tried to bite me. I don't know what to do. At this point, I'm thinking finding him a new home (one without kids) would be the best option but I feel terribly guilty. Has anyone else ever been in a similar situation? What did you do? We are in the front range of Colorado.