Good morning, just wanted to give an update on McGee - on Sunday I did his first home test after already giving 2 doses of insulin (thankfully it wasn't more than that!) and I got a 55. You guys helped me understand what this meant and to not give the insulin, and I reached out to his vet (normal vet, not the one who was doing his dental and diagnosed him as diabetic). She advised to take several readings yesterday (a curve, think) and to not give any more insulin. Yesterday his readings were 68 before breakfast, 75 +2, 65 +6, 69 +10, and 72 +12 (which was his 2-hour post dinner reading). This morning he was 66 before breakfast. She told me these were definitely not the numbers of a diabetic cat and that his stress elevated his blood glucose numbers on the pre-anesthetic test and by the time they did a urine test to "confirm" he had been stressed for so long that the sugar had spilled into the urine. Unfortunately, the diagnosing veterinarian did not feel it necessary to do a fructosamine test, which surely would have shown that he was not diabetic (and I didn't know at the time to ask for that!). So, as of this morning, apparently I don't have a diabetic cat after all, which is wonderful! I cannot thank this group enough because if I had just blindly listened to the instructions of the diagnosing vet I'm sure I would have pushed him into a hypo and killed him. I can't even imagine.