Hello all, I'm currently fostering (with the intent to adopt) a diabetic cat. His name is Mochi, he is 6 years old, and as far as I have been able to gather he was diagnosed sometime earlier this year. His previous foster mom had him on a diet of Friskies Prime Filets. He was getting two cans a day, but since he is a bit overweight I've cut him down to 1 can a day plus 2 ounces of FF Purely, which as far as I can tell has 0 carbs. I'm afraid to make any other changes to his diet until I talk to his vet (we have an appointment tomorrow evening for a blood test). He's on Basaglar/glargine(?) which is U-100 insulin, but the syringes they gave me are U-40. He gets 2 units twice a day. They also gave me another box of syringes, but they are U-100's. I'm not sure if the rescue knows there's a difference and I'm worried about what to do when the others run out. I will ask the vet about it when I'm there tomorrow though. We had a scare yesterday when he went HYPO (due to my own stupidity), but - thanks to the information on this site - we got through it and he is doing much better today. I recently bought a glucometer and hadn't had much luck getting blood or, when I did, getting a good reading. But desperation is an excellent teacher apparently. His poor ears are all bruised now though. Kimberly & Mochi BTW: the link for the insulin logs doesn't seem to be working? Help?