That's the only thing I can think of her numbers today. I gave her the shot at +10 because she was already close to 300, but she's still running high and flat. So I'm going to have to guess that I need to be lowering back to 1.4 or maybe even 1.2. She's peeing on things, but any time she is over 250, she tends to pee on things. She's eating well, though, so that's good. Inverse curve is rebound, right? The other times she's rebounded it's been really obvious >550 for hours. This is a stuck at 300 kind of thing. So should I shoot at +8 or +10 or is it better for her to wait out to +12? Part of me really wants to go back to TID. However, just found out that DH has an overnight work thing next Saturday, so we'll have to get a cat sitter to shoot while we're gone, which leads me to stick with BID. Then there's the looming vacation. I guess I better call my sitter and make sure she's prepared. Thanks all! Edited to add - Ok, so she's starting to drop at +8. Since I've never had her drop before a shot, what do I do? I know I need to give her a reduced shot (I think I know) but how much should I reduce? Back to 1.4 or go lower to 1.2 or 1? Please help straighten out my head before shot time. ETA - Here we are at +10 - still dropping - 190. As a reminder, we've had a 50% decrease in insulin dosage in the last 2 weeks. I'm thinking that once she's on the rise and over 200, I'll shoot 1 unit for the night and see how she goes.