Hello everyone-- My partner rushed my cat Frank to the vet tonight because he was displaying symptoms of a hypoglycemic event. He was fine this morning at 0400 when I gave him his food and insulin. His BG this morning was 147. Normally, his numbers in the morning have been higher--between 180 and 210. Because his numbers were lower than normal, I gave him half (.75u) of his normal (1.5u) dose of Levemir. He ate his full breakfast (1 can of fancy feast) and ate his normal timed tablespoons of dry food that came out of his feeder at 0830 and 1230. My partner reported that he was out and about most of the day and acting normally. He noticed at 1530 that Frank was acting funny--bumping into things, trying to climb things he normally doesn't climb. Thinking that his BG may be low, my partner tried to dose him with a syringe of karo syrup and feed him a can of wet food. Frank would not eat. My partner brought him to our vet and I met him there on my way home from work. The vet took his BG (65 at 1630)--first vet refused to treat him due to time and suggested I go to the emergency vet. I asked for a different doctor, who gave treats and baby food, which he ate, and monitored him for a brief period of time-- it seemed as though he had snapped out of it. He seemed to be seeing again and was back to his talkative self. Vet recommended that I continue to monitor BG and try to continue to offer food. I got him home and he again started acting strange again. His sight again seemed to be minimal at best. His BG at 1845 was 80. He refused both Fancy Feast and a can of tuna, which I blended for him. He also refused dry food. I gave a syringe of karo syrup and tested again at 1915--his BG was 120. I gave him a second syringe of karo. He is rising, but still wandering around like he's completely lost his sight. Has this happened to anyone else's cat? I'm not sure what to do? Is the emergency vet the answer? Can they really do anything that I'm not doing at home?