Our old vet was not very responsive, and was in a chain so I decided to bring my OTJ sugar cat to a new vet. She ran an in-house quick fructosamine test, which she said was 300 and that that meant he is needing insulin, and said very few cats ever go off insulin, and that I needed to put my cat back on Lantus, and to give him daily shots of Lantus without testing, and to get an Alpha Track meter and start testing him one week after I started him on insulin; that a human meter doesn't work on cats and that I was probably getting invalid results with it. I was too floored by the statement that he's not really in remission to question her recommendations, but now that I'm home, I'm seeing that 300 isn't really necessarily bad. What should I do? I am thinking I will order the meter, and test him, and then decide from there. What do you all think? I have been testing his blood sugar with the Relion Prime once per week, and it was in the 72-74 range every time, though I'm thinking the test strips have been open over a month so they may not be good anymore (I will test them with the control solution after this to check).