It has been 36 hours since Tux's last insulin shot, which was 0.25u of Lantus. He had been on 0.5u for the 10 days preceding that, 1u for a week before that, and 2u for 5 days immediately after diagnosis where his blood sugar had measured 400+ on the lab test that diagnosed him as diabetic. His blood sugar before his meal was 57 according to my Relion Confirm meter (which I've verified works by testing it on myself, though of course it reads low on cats). This morning, 24 hours after his last shot and an hour after he ate a meal, it was 71. Granted, we seem to have caught his diabetes early before he had any health effects from it (other than urinating a lot, which is what made me schedule the vet appointment and made my vet do the blood test), and I've been quite aggressive with the Catkins diet. He mostly eats an IAMS Salmon wet food that he likes a lot and that has fairly low carbs (he doesn't like the Fancy Feast Classics that everybody recommends and which is significantly cheaper, sigh). I also got some cat treats off of Amazon.com that are just chunks of freeze-dried chicken to take care of giving him treats, and on the rare occasions I supplement him with some kibble because he's not hungry enough for a full tin of wet food but he's hungry, I put down a tablespoon of Young Again Zero. Still: One month. Lantus has that "tank" effect, so I guess I should wait a few more days to see what happens, and continue testing him 3 or 4 times a day at random times. But right now I feel like Tux and I have been extraordinarily lucky. Anything I should look out for? I mean, obviously he isn't "cured", he's just having his condition controlled by diet after his body got re-accustomed to operating at normal glucose levels and I *am* measuring his weight every morning and logging it in my log book. (I have a spreadsheet too, but I'm sort of lazy about transferring numbers from my log book to the spreadsheet, sorry!). Thus far since diagnosis/start of treatment and now his weight has been steady between 15.2 and 15.6 pounds (probably based on his state of hydration and amount of poop in his gut at any given time). I'm also recording how many urine/feces I get out of his litter box each time I scoop it, it's staying in normal range now of about 3-4 / 1-2 per day. Should I maybe do some ketone testing of his urine to make sure he's getting enough of his own insulin to stay out of ketosis? How do I do that, exactly, given that he doesn't exactly tell me when he needs to pee or wait for me to grab a ketone stick? Anything else I should be keeping an eye on?