I am so very relieved and happy to report that this little girl has made it through what must have been the worst case of parasites I have seen in a very long time. I will spare you the details, but I will say that she is probably a pound lighter now!
This morning she has eaten better than she has in days, she is romping and playing with her sisters and she is looking better than she has been looking. Thank you all of you who took time out of your busy schedules to spare a prayer, light a candle, or do whatever it took to send positive light this direction.
Yesterday I received a Lallapoolooza Gift Basket from Petsbaskets.com and she had no interest in any of the wonderful toys and treats inside of it. This morning, she has jumped head first into the basket of goodies and captured up Kitty Hoots 15" tailchasers and is throwing this mouse all over the living room as I type this.
THANK YOU ALL AGAIN- had it been what the vet suspected, my rescue efforts would have stopped for at least 2 years. Distemper virus is hard to kill, it lives in the environment quite well and I would not be able to accept anymore cats for at least that time frame for fear of them becoming ill as well. Looks like in this case, the professional was wrong. Thank God! My heart is turning cartwheels this morning....