Hi there, My male cat Woody has been just dx with diabetes. This is not my first go round with this dx and a cat. However, this cat is very different than my female cat. He was initially on 1 unit twice a day and then when his behavior was very odd (he was under my son's bed and he NEVER goes under there) I knew something was wrong. I travel for work so my husband is the one who is responsible for his care during the week. Initially, when he sent me a text he though perhaps he did something wrong with the insulin shot. That was not the case. He was not absorbing the insulin through the scruff of his neck so now it goes in his flank. He hates it. He is on prescription food wet and very little dry. Everything I have read says no dry. I think that is probably where we went wrong with Salem my last diabetic cat. She had wet and dry. Cats are used to eating throughout the day and so is he. I have now decided to feed him large morning and evening meals and small meals throughout the day. That seems to be working. It is wet food that he is getting. I have read a number of posts here and on a FB site that Fancy Feast is also a good cat food provided it is not the gravy kind. I don't know if I should get a few cans of that for his smaller meals since he is on the prescription food. People have said the scripted food is not worth it. I really need to figure out a good routine for him when it is just my husband because it stresses all of us out. If he can't get his insulin in the flank I say he should use the scruff and be done with it. It is less stressful for everyone. Thoughts? Does anyone feed their cat regular tuna fish? Woody will be 9 in April. He is on Lantis 2 units am and pm now. My vet wants us to wait another week before we test him but I want to do it this morning so I know his number before he gets insulin. I use the alphatrak2.