So, today I found out my cat needs insulin needles twice daily. The vet showed me how, and I'm pretty confident I can do it, but...when I was there and tried it, they were holding the cat for me.
At home, it's just me and Norbert-cat and the needle. It's a tiny gauge needle, and he didn't seem too fussed over the whole thing at the vet's, but I worry anyhow.
I know how they want me to pinch the skin to draw it up in the injection site (kinda around the scruff area), but...how do I hold the rest of the cat, because I'm gonna have one hand full of cat-skin, one hand with the needle, and I am not entirely convinced my cat is going to hold as nicely still as he did there, because he's home and not in the scary place.
Anyone have any good ideas on how I might hold him or the like, to keep him still long enough to get this done?