Hello, My cat was just recently diagnosed with diabetes after being on prednisone for a few months. Initially the vet sent me home with ProZinc at 1 unit every 12 hours, however after giving her 1 unit the first time she dipped from around 320 to 40, luckily I was able to catch her drop low in time and gave her honey which brought her back up. After that the vet told me to take a break from insulin and see if I could see any results from just changing her diet. While her glucose levels did improve, from usually high 200's, to high 100s I still felt like she was showing alot of symptoms (drinking tons, peeing tons, etc.) So I have just started her back up insulin at a much lower dose. However I just am not super confident in knowing when to give insulin and when to hold back. I am probably playing it a bit safe due to my bad experience the first night. I just started up the spread sheet so there is only the information from today. Any help on how to dose cats that run a bit low would be great. I am currently using a pretty cheap glucose meter, true metrix GO. If you guys think any other meter would be better let me know. The vet wanted me to get a really expensive animal specific one but I just can't afford it. Its been a rough 6 months with vet bills!