I want to thank everyone in advance for all your help. This website and reading everyone's stories and advice has helped me out so much! Before you read my spreadsheet please know that I only gave Patch insulin in the first entry, 12-24-2019. The rest of the numbers have all been entered with no insulin shot. I have been following the rule of no shot if it's below 200 Here's Patch's story and the reason why I stopped giving him his shots. Patch was diagnosed 11-2017 and was prescribed 3 units of Vetsulin twice a day. During that time I knew nothing about feline diabetes and followed the vet's instructions blindly. The first year Patch had a seizure, he was rushed to the ER, and he pulled out just fine. The ER doctor recommend to stop giving him insulin. Took Patch to his vet and he said that was nonsense! Keep him on 3 units. In September of 2019 he woke up blind! I gave him some food and little by little he gained his sight back. That's when I started reading about hypoglycemia! And I switched to 2 units a day and also switched vets! New vet was alarmed to find out about his seizure and temporary blindness. She did blood work on him and told me the results showed he was getting too much insulin and to switch to 1 unit twice a day and come back in one week for a curve. Went back for a glucose curve. She called me with the results and told me at first she thought he was getting too much insulin, his number was very low, but them his numbers looked ok so it was fine to keep him on 1 unit. That just didn't sit right with me. Something about it just made me feel so uneasy. And that's when I found this forum! I switched him to pate only food. (he was on dry food all his life. even my new doctor prescribed hills science diet, which I never touched). I started feeding him only twice a day. And I bought an AlphaTrack! First night testing him - Food at 7pm and 1 unit of vetsulin. Tested him at 10PM and his number was 56! I was so alarmed, but he was ok and the next morning I decided to not shoot him if his number was below 200. And that is where we are now. We had a major setback last week! His numbers were so good and I got a bit too comfortable and I thought I could go back to dry food and feeding him whenever he wanted and his number was 331! I was so devastated! But I went back to feeding him twice a day, only pate and his numbers went down. Here's my big question. Am I doing ok with not giving him his shot? Is it ok if his numbers are never in the 80's? If 120 or higher - is his pancreas working harder than it should? Should I go back to the vet for a blood test? Should I test more often? Thank you so much again. This forum has helped me out so much!