Howie started on Cabergoline 2/4/21. Just prior, he was up to 55 units BID. The lowest dosage he ever got down to was 17 units starting 7/12/21 but that was only for a few days and then went back up. He’s been down to doses in the 20s a couple times, but nothing earth shattering. Currently he’s at 37 units. I’m just wondering anyone’s thoughts if spending the money is still worth it. He gets it everyday (never started EOD as some people do). I verified the dosing was correct with my vet when we were in in April (.6mL at 100 mcg). We did experiment with a higher dose last year up to .9mL but saw no changes so went back down to .6mL for his weight. I’m scared to take him off it but am questioning if it’s worth it. On the Feline Acromegaly group on FB, the admin Gayle mentioned research from Dr. Gilor at U of FL mentioning that cabergoline is basically not effective except for the small research studies unless there is imaging done to show that it impacting the tumor. Does anyone know more about Dr. Gilor? I obviously never got imaging at diagnosis or upon starting cabergoline, so have no baseline data. I know many of you have had success, but you saw it pretty early on. I currently pay $232 to get it through my vet (who gets it from Wedgewood). When I asked for the script so I could get it myself, he pitched a fit so I didn’t ask again as he lets me get Levemir on my own and not through him. I hate to upset our relationship as he runs an animal hospital and pharmacy. As you can imagine, getting this filled at similar times of getting Levemir refills from Marks is a huge dent in my budget. I love my Howie and go to the moon and back for him, but just don’t want to waste money on a med that may not make any impact on his condition. So please don’t judge me as an uncaring pet mommy. I’ve always thought that the Cabergoline at least keeps him from getting back up in higher doses again, but I could be wrong. I appreciate your thoughts, ideas and perspectives.