Preface: Yes, I will be contacting my vet regarding these levels. I'm due to report them on Friday, but I may report them earlier if these are too "off". My cat was newly diagnosed recently. Her first reading at the vets on the 2nd was around 320 (if I remember correctly). It is hard for me to get to this vets, they are about an hour and a half away. But they are the only ones that I can trust with helping her with her condition. Switching her to Purina Pro Plan DM food appears to be controlling her diabetes for now. She isn't used to having her ears pricked just yet, so keep in mind that my final two numbers may be a bit high. She is currently on a 6:00 am/pm schedule for food, she takes her regular medication at 6:30am/pm. She is 10lbs, and is almost 8 years old. She is taking Prednisolone for a different condition, which is what caused her diabetes diagnosis. I am using the Alphatrak monitor. Timeline: 6/2 - 320? High sugar in urine, diagnosis. Night 6/6 - I officially switch her to Purina Pro Plan DM. 6/8 - Her blood glucose is 130, sugar in urine is very low. We are hopeful that the food alone is controlling her condition for now. 6/9 - 132 reading @ 1:25pm. 3 stick attempts needed. (medium stress) 6/11 - 321 reading @6:41 pm, just after she finishes her food. 2 stick attempts needed (some stress) 6/16 - 220 reading @ 8am, 2 hours after meal and a 40 minuet car ride. High stress. 6/17 - 161 reading @ 10am, 3 hours after meal (meal 1 hour late). I was told not to stick her every day, so I'm planning to get a late-night reading on Wednesday (around 10pm?), and then a third pre-meal reading around 4pm on Friday when I call them back. I wanted to call them about the 321 reading tonight, but unfortunately they are closed. Is this a normal reading right after a meal? Should I be concerned and call the vet first thing in the morning? (I feel so bad for constantly bothering them, I feel like a needy patient.) I'm not sure what is considered "normal" for animals and I'm honestly finding some contradictory information online, so any information you guys can lend me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!