Previous post These three weeks of work are AWFUL (60-70 hours/week) for me so I will probably fall behind on updates. Buddy seems to be back to normal. I have not restarted insulin because his numbers are still really low for him and are pretty good. I should probably start him back on a really low dose of insulin (.1 ??) but my concern is my long hours and lack of ability to properly monitor for the next two weeks. Any thoughts? On top of all the Buddy drama, two weeks ago I was able to trap a dog that had been running loose ALL OVER TOWN since the beginning of March but nobody, including me, could ever touch her - much less catch her. Over several feedings, I was able to lure her into my sunroom and shut the door on her last Sunday. As my luck would have it (and as I suspected), she was pregnant. Friday afternoon I came home to four adorable (and VERY large puppies). I have always altered my pets so I've never gone through any type of litter. It's pretty darn amazing and sweet! With that said, she is the perfect reason why spaying/neutering is so important. The last thing I need to care for right now is 4 puppies but taking her to the shelter and having her spayed (and babies terminated) was not an option I would even consider. I'm a sucker - which is why I have way too many pets. Not a cat pic but thought I'd share my "newborns" and their sweet momma. Have a great Sunday everyone!