Hi all, I saw there was another message today about a squirmy cat at injection time, but I wanted to ask a more specific question. Boots has done great taking his insulin shots for about a month, but recently he has decided he wants them no more. I noticed that occasionally he would whip his head back or vocalize after I pushed the plunger on his tiny needle, with its tiny 1 unit of Lantus. I don't think I'm hitting a muscle, and I warm the syringe in my armpit for at least a few minutes before administering it. (I used to leave the insulin out for 30 min before prepping the syringe, but that seems like a bad idea. Not sure if the armpit trick isn't doing it?) Lately he has figured out what I'm up to, and sometimes responds even to the needle going in (was not a problem before), or the skin pinch. (How is he feeling the needle some times and not others?) Shooting while feeding doesn't go well, and now shooting after feeding isn't going well. I think if I can figure out what's causing the discomfort with the injection itself, he will eventually behave again. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance for your kindness.