Sadie was diagnosed, 1/4/2020, she is a small framed kitty, who has been at her ideal weight 9lbs, for about the past 4 years. We are on vetsulin 1 unit twice a day. Due to her recent weight loss, our vet has told us to feed her all the wet FF she wants. She will eat 8-10 cans in a 24 hour period. My question is: how can 1 unit of vetsulin 2 times a day keep pace with this much food intake, even if it is low carb. We made a visit today to the vet 2 hours after her AM injection and only about 1 hour after eating. Her BG was 256, the vet said that is a good number considering her time of the last injection and her last feeding. She eats nearly every 2 hours, how can the vetsulin keep her BG in the good range, which I understand is 80-150. How can 256 be a good number? If this was a person, wouldn't that person give themselves an injection? I am skeptical that her diabetes is being regulated at this time... Any thoughts on this?