Re: My cat may have possibly retained a placenta........
If you're interested in feeding a raw diet, you can check out the Raw Forum over in Health & Nutrition. But...I would not suggest trying to make that change right now when she needs all the nutrition she can get. I would recommend a high quality canned food. We typically recommend Wellness or Innova EVO. But if that is out of your price range Trader Joe's has their own brand of wet food that is pretty good for 59 cents a can. Natural Balance is a good food and usually one of the least expensive of the good ones.
Stay away from human tuna, it really isn't good for her (in general a cat's diet should not have a lot of fish) and human tuna is not nutritionally balanced for a cat.
There's no way we can help on the placenta issue. Since $$ is such an issue, maybe a rescue in the area would be able to help you out. Worth making some phone calls.
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