Currently we are on the wait and see plan. The vet said with his complications he may not make it through the weekend. They gave me numbers of local clinics that are open on the weekends, just in case. They gave me a script for an appetite stimulant. I now know how to force feed and give insulin shots. He came home form the vet yesterday with "best of luck" wishes for the weekend. Well he actually ate on his own last night AND this morning. I gave him his first shot at home and now I am terrified I gave him too much. On an empty stomach 2 days in a rown his numbers were over 400. He was on IV fluids for 2 days and a/d critical care food. Now home because the vet is closed and the budget is very tight we are watching him closely. I can give him some lunch and at dinner we give the shot again. Depending on how much he eats I am to give him 2-4 units. He was 26 lbs of a big boy. He is Maine coon sized bone structure and at 18 lbs currently looks terribly skinny. My husband and I do not let him in the bedroom at night so we slept on the couch. Rock was actually semi active jumping up and sleeping on me at least 2x through the night. He cried for food this morning and ate on his own. I am scared to sleep because he may go hypo then coma and die. He is my constant companion at home. Follows me everywhere and tolerates my husband. He has been sleeping ALL morning. I keep waking him up scared he is dead...when is it safe to take a nap? I do not have a glucose meter for him, but it is so new we are still trying to stabilize him and save his liver, he was kinda yellow/orange on the lips and ears when we brought him in.