Baby Abbey has been receiving sub-q fluids (under the skin) to give the antibiotics a chance to work before re-checking the bloodwork. The vet gave a lot of fluids on Tuesday. She got fluids on Thursday and on Saturday, but not as much as she got on Tuesday. She was very vocal when getting the fluids on Saturday and put up a good fight which the vet said was a good sign, however, she's wearing out fast. She didn't get as much fluids and she has gone through them. She has pretty much done nothing today except lie around. She has sat in my lap and watched the computer monitor and walked on the keyboard and put my computer on standby in doing so. LOL She really likes to be on the keyboard. But she hasn't been nearly as playful today. She's also doing the "hunched over" thing she was doing prior to all the fluids. The vet is going to re-check her bloodwork Monday evening, but I don't think it's going to be good. I've been doing a lot of research on renal failure in cats and you can maintain by doing the sub-q fluids; for how long varies. However, most of the cats in question are older - certainly not a kitten. I know if the numbers are bad tomorrow - which I expect them to be - the vet is going to want me to make a decision re: euthanasia and I just don't know what to do. She's not in pain. But, she obviously doesn't feel well right now. However, with the fluids she obviously felt better and was playing with everything; just having the best time. She's just a baby and she's just the sweetest thing. So much spirit. This just really stinks.