Hello, please help me. My cat is 10 years old. Few months ago we went for a regular checkup, and the vet said the cat has diabetes, gave us caninsulin 2 units in the morning and 3 in the evening. I started the injections and it was very difficult, but I managed. The cat gain weight, she's bulky now. However, she was very inactive after I started the insuline. One night she suddenly paralyzed, could barely moved her back legs. Then she went blind! I had no idea this is because of diabetes, but it was super scary. Luckily I gave her food, she ate A LOT. Few hours later in the night she was better and in the morning she was not blind anymore and she could walk, but she is somehow limping since then. We took the cat to vet, asked about hypoglycemia, he said the dosage is correct and he's the doctor, and if this happens again, to give her some sweet gel. I did again the insulin, cat started to be again super weak. After two days I decided I will lower the dosage to 2 units and 1 unit night. A curve was supposed to be done at vet, but due to covid they took only emergencies. So after a while I lowered the dosage to 1.5 and 1. All this took few months, since April. We finally went for a curve, and we told him that I give the lower dosage, not his 5 units. At the end of the day he said continue like this. Now I don't trust anymore the vet, as if I would have continued with the 5 units probably the cat would have died. I don't trust because my cat is super scared of car ride, and I thought maybe her initial glucose level was due to stress, but he said it's not possible. At one point I stopped the insulin for few days, but then I got scared. Anyway now I have an alpha track 2 second hand, and strips free style. I took the cat glucose in the evening, before the shot, and she's at 5.9 mmol. It's not too low? I am afraid to do the shot. My question is: can I stop the caninsulin for few days and take the cat's glucose each 2 hours and see if it's normal and maybe she had a remission and she doesn't need insuline anymore? Or I should continue to give the shots and monitor and there is a way to see that she that she's in remission? I don't see her drinking too much water, she eats normally, but she's not active, she mostly sleeps and she gained weight, like she's heavy compared to few months ago. What do I have to do? Take her to another vet and do a fructaminose test? She is stressed at the vet and I am afraid a new curve there will not be accurate due to stress. Please help me if you have an idea. How do I know that she is in remission? I am scared to give her insuline and also to stop it, and super scared of another hypo with blindness and all that. Thank you!!! Please let me know if I didn't post correctly.