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I'm so sorry about your kitty. I know it must be really hard for you right now.
My understanding of the kidneys is that they are very good about "picking up the slack", in humans I believe you can lose a very large percentage of function of your kidneys before it actually starts affecting you. This is why you can be totally healthy with just one kidney. I assume it is the same in cats. That said, I still would think that if your cat had chronic renal failure that was very progressed, that it should have showed up better in the bloodwork. BUT it sounds like other things were going on with your cat as well. So I really don't know, this is all speculation on my part.
I hope you take consolation in the fact that you obviously took very good care of your kitty while she was here and gave her a good life.
 
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