Miss Kira's sugar was never horribly high, but she was experiencing diabetes symptoms--weight loss, increased thirst and urination. When we started on this journey, her uncontrolled sugar was in the mid-200's, spiking during vet visits to the 300's. We had a hard time finding the right dose, and my boyfriend and I both have difficult work schedules for testing and dosing consistently. I should mention this is all using an AlphaTrak I inherited from family, not a human meter. We've brought both it and our tube of strips with the vet's meter and they've agreed. She's been eating Young Again Mature Zero Carb for six months now, supplemented morning and night with BFF pates and aspic flavors, so all low carb. Every single time I've tested her sugar, it's ranged between 102 and 120 on, and I haven't felt comfortable giving her insulin... but she's still symptomatic. Her weight had dropped from ~12lbs pre-diagnosis to ~8lbs right at diagnosis, back to 10lbs while I was giving her insulin twice a day, and her last two vet visits she's been exactly 9.2lbs. We've also been dealing with some urinary issues about six weeks ago--she had blood in her urine, was literally just going back and forth from the water bowl to the litter box, developed a limp in her front left leg. We didn't have an explanation for the limp, but it cleared up after a round of antibiotics. The vet's theory is a bladder infection. Her peeing habits went back to the previous baseline, but I would still call that baseline much higher than a non-sugar cat's. She had a physical exam about two weeks ago when we took her in to get her vaccines and the vet didn't find anything, but... I don't know, there's still something bothering me. And last night she started favoring her back right leg, though she was still jumping/navigating the litter box and stairs, and by this morning it had almost completely gone away. I'm wondering if maybe confirmation bias is making us miss something, like we're looking for diabetes so that's all we're seeing, but there's something else. Or if maybe 102-120 is still too high and I need to give her a teeny dose. We haven't gotten a full blood panel or urinalysis in at least a year. But, I mean... she's 13 so she isn't exactly a kitten anymore, the vet wasn't very concerned, she's eating, she's playing, she's purring, she's not hiding any more than a cat normally does. I don't want to make a mountain out of a molehill but I also don't want that molehill to secretly be, like, a volcano that's about to erupt.