I am new to posting, but have been reading here for awhile. Annabelle was diagnosed 20 months ago with diabetes, also had a urinary tract infection and dental disease. She was a dry food addict, or maybe - being the youngest of 5 pets, that's all that was left to eat! Now the other pets have all passed on, Annabelle is 14 and finally has a chance to be the one getting all of my attention. I started her on Vetsulin simply because it was all I could afford. She started on one unit and was moved to 4. I have had her under the care of 3 vets now, none of them seem to have half the knowledge that members of this board have, but they try and I think they have learned from treating Annabelle. She had quite a few teeth removed and was moved down to 2 units. She had been eating Fancy Feast canned along with Evo dry, since diagnosed. She did not eat a lot of Evo dry, a 2lb bag would last over a month, with half of it thrown out, mostly because she doesnt have a lot of teeth now. Recently she was diagnosed with beginning kidney disease, so I took away the Evo because it was very high protein, I also moved her down to one unit Vetsulin as she was having some trembling and lethargy at about 4 hours in. I have also finally started home testing, though I am not good at it yet. I dont expect her to go into remission after 20 months, or on Vetsulin, but maybe I can try a bottle of prozinc when this runs out, I have also noticed that vetrxdirect is now selling a lantus pen for under a hundred and they are in the US. So finally, on to my questions. I am getting her highest daily BG reading anywhere from 160 to 220 daily and her lowest about 66, about 4 hours in. One morning I didnt give her a shot, first time ever, and her evening preshot BG was 310. I feel like 66 is too low and am wondering if 1 unit is too much still. Honestly my vet knows less that I do about it, so there is no point calling there. Last visit she had no sugar in her urine. Second question, I have just discovered 2 new foods. Crave wet catfood by the people who make Evo and it is available at Walmart, and Annabelle loves it, so we are happy with that. But looking for a snack, I got a pack of Sheba Meaty Tender Sticks which she also loves. They have 30% protein, 30% moisture and with the other ingredients it leaves about 22% which could be carbs. Do you think this is too high for a moist treat for a cat with diabetes and kidney disease? All advise or opinions welcome, sorry this was so long! Oh and she is off all dry food now, she has been holding steady at 11lbs for over a year, and we live in a small rural area where there is no access to fancy pet stores or vets with more diabetic experience.