Hi all, I'm so sorry for the very late introduction (I was so overwhelmed when my Pele started insulin, I never posted a message). I wish I could introduce myself under better circumstances, but I'm a little worried about Pele. On Wed, 6/17 Pele had a major hypoglycemic episode and had to spend 2 days in the hospital. It was traumatic for him, not considering that in his 10.5 years of life, he's had almost 20 homes. He had been on Lantus for 4 months, and he was "diagnosed" as being in remission. Yesterday, he saw his primary care physician who confirmed he's remission. He hasn't been on insulin since 6/17 (it's 6/25) and something I'm worried about is Pele's disinterest in food - which is very out of character for my chubby little bear. At first, he only refused dry food. His vet said it's possible that's still traumatized from being in the hospital -- he still is so jittery, jumpy and spends a lot of time hiding under the bed. Well today, he's avoiding wet food and my vet is out of the country; and I don't home test (never learned how, don't own a meter, and know that I really want to start as soon as my vet comes back next week). And again, it's very unusual for my little guy to not like wet food. I can get him to eat it in certain circumstances (I move his food bowl to his play area; he's stimulated by catnip first). He eats two cans of 3 oz Royal Canin normally and that's what he's not eating. It's not like I'm overfeeding him. What should I do? Yesterday, he was tested about 30 minutes & 60 minutes after eating and he was at 107. Pele's a big-boned cat - he's not a Maine coon but 13/14 pounds is his normal and he's currently at 15 and change Also, is it true that it's impossible for a cat to go hypoglycemic when he's off insulin? That's my big concern Also, for what it's worth, Pele is also asthmatic and we live in a swampland Thank you all so very much in advance. I know you all have saved lives in the past!