Hi friends! I've only recently started this diabetes journey and am trying to figure all of this out. Here's the story (I should mentioned were located in Canada): My cat, Zoey (10 years old) was diagnosed with diabetes about 1 month ago. After some initial ups and downs it seems our ideal dosage is 2 units of caninsulin twice a day. So as it stands now I feed him at 7 (am/pm) and give the insulin at 7:30 (am/pm). Right now I feed him about 1 1/4-1 1/2 cans of Fancy Feast twice a day (totalling 2.5-3 cans a day). I just bought a glucose meter - FreeStyle Lite and plan to home test but am COMPLETELY lost when it comes to glucose testing. I know very little about diabetes in general whether it be human or feline. I need all the direction I can get. Just a FEW of the questions I have ( there are much more lol) 1. How often do I need to be checking his BG? 2. Is it necessary to do a curve and if so, how do I do it? Based on the curve how do I know if we've hit our ideal dosages/insulin timing etc? 3. What numbers am I looking for? 4. Am I over or under feeding my cat? He is ~12 lbs). Thanks in advance!!