Hello everyone! My cat Oreo was just diagnosed with diabetes on 12/16/17 with a reading of 427. She is about 9 years old, not sure on exact age because we took her in as a stray 2 years ago and the vet at that point thought she was around 7. I have been reading through the forums but just wanted to post my specific questions here so they were easy to find. First took her to the vet when she started drinking a lot more and of course urinating more. Since she has been on ProZinc, she has been drinking less and urinating less. The vet gave us ProZinc and we give Oreo 2.2 units every 12 hours. Once around 5 AM while she's eating and then again around 5 PM while she's eating. The shots have been pretty on time so far. I have a few questions which I'll list below, but please give me any other useful information I may be missing. 1. I want to know if we are feeding Oreo enough and if we should change to more wet food. I've read wet is overall better. The vet gave us the food but wondering if there are better options. Right now we are feeding her 1/4 cup dry food in the morning, at 5PM we feed her wet food (the can is 5.5 oz and we feed her 2 spoonfuls which is 1/5 of the can each night so about 1-1.5 oz), and then we feed her 1/8 cup of dry food over night or she'll bother us. The wet food is PURINA - Pro Plan Veterinary Diets DM and the dry food I believe is the same kind, just dry. I'll have to call the vet and find out. I threw the package away after putting the food into a container not thinking. Also, with the wet food it's stored in the cupboard but after it's open, we keep it in the fridge until it's gone. 2. We are supposed to take Oreo back for an insulin curve but I have been reading about the benefits of home monitoring. Would it be a bad idea to at least have the vet do the initial curve? 3. I saw in another thread most people use the Bayer Elite Glucose Meter. When I clicked the link, that one wasn't listed there but I found it on Ebay. Are their other good meters? 4. What should Oreo's glucose readings be? What is normal? Thank you all in advance and I have attached a few pics of Oreo, as well as the can of wet food we now use.