I took her off to the Vet because she had stopped eating, and was hiding under the bed, and throwing up what she did eat. She had an infection, but because she also has kidney disease, they took blood and urine to test to make sure what was happening.
So the bad news is that she's gotten hyper-thyroidism, which is an old-age disease. This means that her thyroid is working harder, and when it's too much - they stop eating.
The good news is that she's gotten hyper-thyroidism, which means that more oxygen and blood is being pumped to her kidneys that aren't working properly. So her the effects of her kidney disease have been minimised.
So we're going to lessen the hyper-thyroidism so she can eat, but not too much so that she has better use from her kidneys.
It won't lengthen her life, but it will give her better quality for what she has - and to me that's the most important thing.
Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. She's my darling girl and I want as much time with her as she can comfortably have.