I think a vet check might be a good idea...just to be safe...
Is she still peeing and pooing Ok?
I don't know if you have a rectal thermometer, but if you do, you can check her temperature, it should be around 102. Degrees, if it's over that, she has a fever.
Her gums should be a healthy pink, not pale, or greyish/ashy, or bright red...
Has she been sneezing, or have runny/teary eyes?
Do you have any kind of lilies blooming still, in your garden? The pollen from them is even toxic for cats...
I just hope she's only temporarily under the weather!
Sending Healing Prayers anyway!
"A Cat must have three different names:
An everyday family name; A particular name;
And the name but the Cat Himself Knows, and will never confess." T.S. Eliot
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