I adopted Pants almost a decade ago and I'm pretty sure she doesn't know she's a cat. She didn't get the memo on being aloof or graceful -- she's the friendliest, most outgoing, most affectionate, doofiest kitty I've ever met. She was diagnosed with diabetes two weeks ago after unexplained weight loss (~20% of her weight) and we've been really struggling with figuring this out. I got her switched to a low-carb canned food immediately and started on Lantus a few days later, and it's been a total mess. She's been very cooperative for the injections and the home testing, but her body seemingly overreacts to insulin. She's currently hospitalized for hypoglycemia for the second time in a week. After the first incident, the emergency vet dropped her dose from 2 units every 12 hours to 1/2 a unit every 12 hours, and that's still too much. This second time around the emergency vet tried 1/2 unit every 24 hours, and that dropped her from ~300 to ~30 at +3 hours. I am super stressed and exhausted and don't know where to go from here. She's likely coming home tomorrow on no insulin to see what diet alone does, but based on her prior numbers, I think she's going to be too high.