Hello! I'm new to this forum so hopefully this is the correct thread. We just got Aidan (4yo shorthair) 2.5 weeks ago and he seems to no longer need insulin. He has been diabetic for somewhere around 6-8 months now and the shelter had a hard time managing his BG, so his levels were typically between 300-500, and he had issues with neuropathy (his legs have very little muscle from walking flat-footed for so long now), poor eyesight, and a lot of lethargy. He has been with us for 2.5 weeks now and with his new diet (he is currently on 1.95oz of grain-free wet food and 1.3oz of regular wet food twice a day) he has bounced back very quickly. He was getting 3 units of Lantus a day at the shelter, but within the first week we brought him down to 1 unit a day and for the past 3 days now he has had no insulin. He has gained back normal use of his legs (he still needs to build back the muscle to walk properly, but he is running and jumping and has more spring to his walk), has clear eyesight, and acts much more like a 4 year old cat- playful and energetic! I'm posting in this thread because he hasn't needed insulin for the past 3 days, so he seems to be going into remission, but we are worried that his BG may be too low. In that time, he has been 84, 109, and 69 at breakfast, and 59, 66, and 60 at dinnertime, respectively. This has been with absolutely no insulin. We use the AlphaTrak 2 monitor for cats. I've read through this thread and it seems like this is normal, but our vet said we should aim for his BG to be 150-200, so I'm confused as to whether he is averaging too low. It seems like the vet is assuming we aren't invested in monitoring his BG and diet, but we monitor vary closely and aim for him to have the best sugars possible, not just "good enough". (My dad has been Type 1 diabetic for 30+ years so he is somewhat of a perfectionist ) Sorry for the long-winded post, we just want the best for our little buddy!