(Posting here as advised by another user, since I have not received answers in the Prozink forum) I went to the vet this Thursday and the nurse+vet said me that I should give the full 1.0 unit insulin even if my cat test is 92. They said me that he should not be lower than 72 (US numbers), in which case I should proceed with the hypoglicemic measures, wait one hour, and shot the insuline. They justified saying that the insulin dose was very low so there was no danger. They said me it would be bad to skip the insulin because it could give a too high blood result later on. I am taking his first glucosecurve right now and I am worried. The first glucose test was alright, so I gave the insulin shot. I am taking measures for the glucose curve every two hours according to the veterinarian scheme. It´s been 4 hours and he´s got hyploglicemic numbers, so he has gotten more food now - he is eating. I will test again soon. Last evening I took his glucose number and it was 146, so I followed the veterinarian advice and shot the insulin. But it didn´t feel alright, so I stayed awake longer (I normally sleep by that time) and just watched the cat, even if he had eaten a lot. 4 hours after the shot I tested again, finding it was even lower. I served him more low carb wet food, he refused to eat but meowed at me! So I served him a bit of dry food he had before, mixed with the low carb food, and than he ate everything. This took all of the night.... --> According to the veterinary I should never skip the insulin if it´s higher than 92; to not cause a higher blood result later on. But I´ve got two hypoglicermic numbers already? Do you think it´s safe to not give the insulin if it´s lower than 180, as you reccomend in here?