Hi everyone! Let me start with saying this forum and site have been amazing for information. Our kitty was diagnosed with diabetes in late June of this year. I suspect it had been going on a while, initially this was my boyfriend's cat but I moved in around Feb. She was overweight and her fur was matted and always felt dirty. She dropped a huge amount of weight and we got concerned, noticed she had a UTI and brought her in and got our diagnosis. Unfortunately, the vet that was able to see her ASAP has been atrocious to deal with. We were told for the first month to feed her half a can of the Purina pro plan DM wet food twice a day then bring her back after a month to check her sugars. During this time, no other information was given. We tried several times to call and there was always some kind of excuse to why the vet couldn't talk. Fast forward to her month check in, not surprisingly her fructosamine level was still high so insulin was recommended (after she told me perhaps my boyfriend and I should have a conversation about putting her down). Our kitty (Gem) had a very difficult start to life, she was abused and then abandoned as a kitten for an entire month before someone found her locked in an empty suite and she has some issues and aggressiveness towards certain people now. That being said, I can brush out mats, trim her nails and have never had an issue. But because the vet struggled and had to sedate her, I felt as though she was giving me no options. Thank goodness I advocated at least TRYING the insulin, and let me tell you I cried such happy tears when the first injection went incredibly smooth. No meowing, no flinch, nothing. The current dosing is 5 units of caninsulin twice a day and maintaining the same diet of the wet food. I have made an apt with the vet I'm used to seeing with my parents animals who I completely trust and enjoy seeing. My long winded story leads me to the question, this morning was the first morning Gem definitely moved around and wasn't thrilled when I made the tent in her scruff. I'm assuming that is because I need to change my injection site periodically? Is there a rule of thumb for how often to move? She also needs to put on some weight as the undiagnosed diabetes dropped her down significantly low so I don't feel as I have too many places to go with the injection. Bonus question, we switched to dried salmon and dries chicken for treats that she enjoyed, any recommendations for diabetic safe treats? Thank you for reading!