His BGL is always high first thing in the morning because he needs insulin shot after his first feed. What we want are good fructosamine levels. (Glucose attaches to hemoglobin)
Keitos’ is in the ‘good control’ level, just missing the Excellent Control. (Insert happy applause here.) Will aim for excellent control over time, but very pleased with results, as he is a 14 year old moggie. He is happy, in good health, other than the diabetes, so we aren’t aiming for ‘perfect’ numbers of a 4 year old cat.
No need to recheck for six months unless we have a problem.