Hi all! My cat Missy was diagnosed with diabetes a few years ago. She was on insulin for a few months, but we were able to get her regulated by diet and she was able to stop the injections. I would randomly check her glucose every once in awhile and everything seemed great. Then, we had children and life got in the way. The random glucose checks stopped, but she still seemed to be doing well so I wasn't too concerned. Well, she has been really good at sneaking food from the kiddos and I think it has affected her glucose levels. She's currently eating Nature's Variety Instinct canned food, but she steals the kids' crackers and sandwiches. I, of course, try my best to prevent this, but unfortunately I can't monitor things 24/7 and my kids are too young to understand why she can't eat their food. Over the past couple of days, I've noticed she's had difficulty walking. First thing in the morning, I'm going to get a new glucose monitor so I can check her levels. I'll end up taking her to the vet, but I want to get a couple of glucose readings at home since increased stress from vet visits can affect those numbers. I'm 99% sure it's the diabetes acting up again, so I guess my question is: when should I take her to see the vet? Should I just check her numbers and maybe change her food to see if things get better? Should I go ahead and take her in tomorrow just in case there's something else going on?