This is a long one so I apologize in advance. On Christmas Day that just went by, my (diabetic) cat began to behave very strangely. She started staggering and walking very oddly so my daughter picked her up and then put her back down to see if she was OK. She still wasn't right so she went to sit down on the couch with her and suddenly the cat urinated all over her lap. My daughter put the cat on the floor, who just lay there yowling in a very loud voice. I put her up on the couch and started to stroke and reassure her, and then my daughter came back downstairs after changing and I looked up the number for the emergency vet. I called them and was talking to the assistant about what had happened. She said that I should come in as early as possible because there was already a bunch of people there. By the time I got off the phone, the cat was sitting up on the couch, seemingly normal. She jumped down and went to eat and had a drink and was completely back to normal. She had another episode the next day so I called the closest vet and that's when he took a blood sample that would tell us that she had diabetes. The vet xrayed her, took blood and listened to her heart and lungs and said it was all normal. She had one more episode a few days later, and then they stopped. We figured that it must have had something to do with high blood sugar because she wasn't having them anymore. Fast forward to last night and she had another one. I thought that maybe she was low so I took her bg and it was 7.2, she yowled for a bit but I held her on the floor and patted her and she eventually came out of it. It took her a while to recover from it though, she was breathing quickly for a couple of minutes afterward, and as soon as I was off the phone with the vets office she was walking off towards her bowl to have a drink of water. So, off to the vet again. He listened to her heart and lungs and took her temperature, they were all normal. He took her to the back and took her bg and it was 16.2! This was only 1/2 hour later, I was surprised at the difference between his glucometer and mine. He basically told me off for changing the insulin dose and said that I could take her home and feed her but I should bring her back today for an all day glucose curve (which I couldn't do). He doesn't think that these episodes have anything to do with her blood sugar. This isn't my regular vet's office so I'm not super confident with any of the advice that I've gotten there. Has anyone here experienced anything like this with their cat?