I agree with Cinder. As I mentioned in an earlier post, if you can't foster or adopt her, don't punish yourself. If you can, I think a warm, loving environment with a vet that takes more then just a second to check her over. I am working on trying to get one of my old baby fosters back from the shelter to take her to my vet and get her better. She has been having upper respiratory issues that haven't gone away and so she can't be out for the public to see her and adopt her. But I am running into issues with their new receptionist who keeps boggarding my moves. Next step is to try to talk to the director of the shelter, only problem is I start my new job tomorrow and will be out of town for 5 days on training. Sigh....we'll see if I can get her and get the help she needs. Every time I talk to someone there they say she is being taken care of, but that can't be accurate if she's still sick.