My fears were confirmed after the blood test in Puchong. Her creatinine and BUN has shot up really high. And a blood smear confirms the presence of a pretty bad infection.
The prognosis is that Vixey has a kidney and bladder infection, which again, is not "normal" in a cat. Everything "abnormal" seems to be happening to Vixey, because we just do not know what neurological problems she has. The bottom line is, Vixey is not a "normal" cat.
Based on the recommendation of two vets, the best possible treatment for Vixey is to put her on IV-drips with antiobiotics to combat the infection.
It was a tough decision deciding where to board her for the IV-drips. Each clinic has its pros, but I finally decided to board her near me, with her regular vet who knows her entire medical history through and through. I would also be able to visit Vixey as often as I like, and spend time with her.
The vet packed me off (in good faith) when they were preparing Vixey for the IV-drip because he knows it would be too stressful for me to watch and hear.
He will try his utmost not to put Vixey under a sedative because any form of drug is bad for her. I hope Vixey won't struggle too much.
I want to thank Joo Gyee and Yen Ling for your kind thoughts and prayers for Vixey.
I am going back to see her now.
P.S. And while all this was going on, I had a potential adopter calling up for Whitey and another who is very interested in Super. I had to arrange for viewing and interview. The work just doesn't stop. If only I had more volunteers... Anyone wants to help?