Xuxu is very happy since I started allowing him the Iams again. Wouldn't it be nice if it was so simple to make everyone happy? I put it down to free feed at first, but two days of that told me I couldn't get his BG down at all. So now I give him 10 minutes to eat all he wants of the Iams and then give him his shot. That way I can give him more insulin without being afraid of giving him too much. I'm gradually increasing the dose and watching him during the day. But apparently he was hoping his whole diet would be Iams. I've always given it to him on the bed where I give his shot and test him. So what does he do? jump up on the bed to find it. He woke me up 4 times last night walking all over the bed and sniffing for the bowl. (I put a lid on it). It was the sniffing that was so loud that woke me up, especially in my ear. Why did he think it was in my ear????. When he didn't find it, he would jump down and eat the canned food on the floor. The steroid has really increased his hunger so that he's eating a 6 oz can of Friskes and about a half cup of Iams a day. The Iams alone is suppose to be his whole needed calorie allotment for a day. So keep your fingers crossed that he will start gaining weight.