Every morning for the next few days I will bring Maus into the Vet office and her Vet and the techs will watch her, give her IV fluids and food and check her levels. If she rallies and her levels come up enough for me to do maintain at home, then I can work on caring for her in the time we have left. Some KD cats live well at home this way. If she doesn't rally then we will have a day in the sunshine, me and her brothers and all take the opportunity to say good-bye. We will know for sure by Sunday.
I haven't stopped crying, but I'm thinking about her, Maus and all the laughter and joy I've gained since she has been here with me. Our time is our time and whether it's years of days I will cherish each moment.