I just gave my kitty her first dose of insulin. It's been in my fridge for a few days, but this was the first morning I've been able to stay home to keep an eye on her reactions, so she had to wait. This morning I gave her twice her usual amount of canned food to make absolutely certain her blood sugar wouldn't be too low. She gobbled it down and still seemed to frantically want more, and generally seemed restless and unsettled. I was able to distract her with some treats (which she probably shouldn't have any more) long enough to give her the shot, and within minutes she settled down and seems calm and relaxed, although she does seem to want a good drink of water. Is it possible that the insulin made her feel better that fast? I don't know anyone with diabetes well enough to ask what that first shot felt like. On the flip side, how can I tell the difference between a blood sugar crash and normal cat behavior? She always settles down for a long nap in the morning, so if she's lethargic on top of that, I might not notice until it's too late. Thanks for any advice!