Has he been this way his whole life at feeding times? Or is this a relatively new symptom? I think you just need to be consistent with your routine, which was what I read when I first got Dixie and it has been the most helpful advice during all this. Cats really like routines. So give him test before breakfast and dinner meals. Even if you just have to pretend to test him because you are so tired. Just get him on the couch (or wherever you want the permanent test location to be), rub his ear for 2 seconds and click lancing device. Then go feed him. Do you think this is doable? I do the tests in a place where Dixie can have her eye on her feeding location (and automatic feeder). I have noticed that she only wants to lay down one way so that she can stare at it. If your couch is far away from the feeding area, then you could try a location that is closer so that he associates the test with the food. If you do this, then he will know that he has a better chance of getting the food he wants if he goes to your special location and sits still for a couple of minutes. I know it sounds crazy, but even when Dixie is meowing for food in the morning and running around, all I need to do is take a few steps towards her cardboard scratcher and then she runs to sit on it because she knows that she only gets food if she does this test.