Hey everyone, I picked up Kitty from the vet today. He was unable to get her regulated, and he was using Vetsulin. He said that it had been removed from the market for a while, but it had recently been reintroduced, so he was using that. I told him I would rather use Lantus or Levemir, so he called my pharmacy and ordered some insulin for me there. I believe it was Lantus. I have to pick that up in a little while. We tested Kitty's BG with my new meter and his, and there was a pretty big difference. My meter showed 30 while his showed 50 something. He pulled some blood from her arm so we could test again, and mine was 33 and his was 50 something again. I'm not sure why my meter is so much different than his, but it makes me really nervous. I was going to feed Kitty some canned food, but since her BG is already pretty darn low, I didn't think I should give her the canned food just yet. I think I read that low carb canned food can bring a cat's BG down quite a bit, so I don't want to make her go too low. What should I do? What is your routine? Do I feed her canned food first thing in the morning, test her, give her the shot, test again during the day..I just don't know. Any advice/tips would be greatly appreciated. Since I will be using a different insulin than the vet was regulating her with, he suggested I start out with 2 units every 12 hours. When he was using Vetsulin, he had her on between 3 and 5 units. I asked him if he had tested her urine for ketones, and he said he had not. I asked if she could have a thyroid problem or pancreatitis, and he said the cortisone shot he had given her weeks before aggravated the pancreas, so that was another problem. I didn't notice her drinking and peeing a ton until after she got that shot.