I haven't posted in a while but I am back today, not sure if I'm looking for help or rather to vent and unload stress I've been accumulating for the last couple months. Here is my original post from when Flynn was diagnosed with diabetes. http://www.felinediabetes.com/FDMB/threads/i-need-help.227671/#post-2559101 Since he has been diagnosed with acro, i guess i will post here. Flynn has become increasingly difficult to look after, his acro is completely out of control. I'm at a loss of what to do and I'm an absolute nervous wreck (I've spent many days hiding in the car for hours on end crying because he's driving me insane), He's become extremely hard to test, even just lightly touching his ear he instantaneously flattens it to his head and yanks it away or attacks me. When i have managed to test its always between 20-25, no matter what he has ate or when he has ate. The main problem we have with him is his hunger, it's absolutely crazy. He cries, yowls almost panic like for hours and hours on end with no more than a 5 min break in between (I really wish i was exaggerating this). He wakes us up even earlier now which means I am only getting about 3 hours sleep per night. I know he's starving, and i know he can't help it but his cry has became like nails on a chalk board. No food satisfies him, we've tried giving him chicken, fish, some vegetables as snacks to help, we've tried adding some water to his food to bulk it up, we put his meals into an ice-cube tray so it keeps him quieter for longer as he eats. But as soon as his meal is done he's howling for more and more. I feel like a prisoner in my own home, we cannot go to the kitchen, we cannot get up to use the bathroom, we can't do anything as it sets him off. I don't want to overfeed him but nothing is working. He is now on 7 units twice a day and on 1ml of cabergoline every other day. The cabergoline doesn't seem to be doing anything other than giving him horrible diarrhea and making him sick sometimes (even though he likes the taste of it!). As we cannot afford any of the preferable treatment options all we can do now is increase his insulin every couple weeks until we find a dose high enough to help him. I'm so tired and sad seeing my baby like this.