A update on Kitty's situation. The last shot of Vetsulin was on Saturday 5/27 morning. Her numbers are holding in the mid 200's. The Vet has said to keep monitoring her but not back on insulin. I will actually see the Vet the first of next week, June 5th. If things hold I will not be giving more insulin until that visit from the Vet...(Yes rural Vet comes to your house). She seems to be doing well overall. Possibly a little dehydrated at times but all else pretty normal...not quite her old self in that she doesn't have the energy. She has been a high energy kitty but is hitting the 10 yr mark this summer and with Arthritis. I have no idea what to expect from here on out. We have been suspicious that the FD was the result of a couple of steriod shots late last summer and fall. When this was first diagnosed the Vet said she would be happy if we could get BG#'s of 250. (which she has) Does it just depend on Kitty's overall health whether or not one tries to kick up her system a little in order to achieve lower BG? How unhealthy is a higher BG? Before this hit blood tests from 2-3 years ago showed her to be very normal for non-diabetic cat in the 51-120's. Last winter before she was diagnosed and she had lost so much weight I had tried to change her diet to a "high test" dry food. I think this may have been "the straw that broke the camel's back". She had dirhea and condition completely deteriorated ie. vet diagnosis etc. etc. After finding your site we are now successfully all wet LC. 3 FF Pure + 1 Classic FF. Over the last month I had slowly been reducing the W/D that the Vet had prescribed and even though it was a very small portion of her daily caloric intake may have accounted for her wild swings and low BG. As that has been settling down I have stopped feeding the W/D completely and if you look at the spreadsheet she seems to be pretty stable. I've only been doing spot checks and it doesn't seem to matter if she's eaten recently or not. I would love her to be her "old self" again but if she's getting along with higher GB would it be silly to rock the boat with trying to give insulin? I thank all you who volunteer on this site. You have literally been a Godsend. I will definitely be supporting this group.