Fingers crossed she realises soon that things arent so bad - that is how I have my Molly, she was depressed at the rescue and not doing anything. 2.5years later, she is a happy, healthy 15yo, she just needed a home environment.
We took her to the vets on wednesday, she was amazing, she had to have her neck shaved to have blood taken and didn't move! She just kept on purring. She's had a blood test to check for diabetes and was wormed, she also got special food for sensitive stomachs which seems to be helping a lot... no more diarrhoea!! She now comes to the bedroom door when she hears us and jumps on the bed to sit on my knee. I still don't know how long we'll have her and I'm worried that if she does have diabetes or something she wont be able to find a home at all. I don't want to take her on as my own but I won't see her put to sleep, I'll just have to wait and see what happens.
Aww, she is in my thoughts, and I hope her bloods show she is fine. I know the position you are in, one of my fosters was diagnosed with CRF two months ago, luckily we dont pts for it, but it does mean we can't rehome her, and at the time she was showing signs of being unhappy, so I was praying for my gut feeling to be wrong. Fortunately, she has turned round since then.
Her blood test results show that there might be something wrong with her kidneys because she was dehydrated. She may need more tests, we're waiting to hear from someone from Cats Protection who knows her history.