Hi, I'm posting here because my cat was recently diagnosed and my vet isn't helpful. Also, I'm about to drive across the country with my cat, and I can't get a glucometer until that is over. So I need to know if my approach is ok for the drive. Cat was diagnosed 2 weeks ago. She had been urinating and drinking a lot, and was down from her healthy weight of 13 lbs to 11.5 lbs. Her BG was 570, so we they gave her some fluids and we started on 1 unit of Lantus pen, twice a day. Did a BG curve a week and a half later, and levels are still really high: 600 an hour after eating/insulin, down to just below 400 six hours later. Vet said, that's expected, we just want to make sure the BG wasn't too low, since insulin takes months to work. But she had lost another half pound in that week and a half! I think the problem is her diet-- Hills Science diet Indoor/Senior food, which they got us to start using last year when her kidney levels were slightly off. It has ~35% carbs, so I bought some low-carb Weruva food. My plan for the road is to give her mostly Weruva, with a little of the old food, so that the change isn't too drastic. Should I be worried about hypoglycemia? I just really want her to gain weight.