I just said goodbye to Chyna. When she arrived at my home Chyna did not eat much which is not unusual when introduced to a new home. Then she ate and acted well. However, that only lasted a few days until she developed a URI. Her appitite decreased and I had to syringe feed her. She they went further downhill like not moving much and urinating in her bed and not even getting out. I took her to the vet this Monday. Blood work showed high kidney values (Blood work in November show moderate kidney degradation) , but worse was that her hematocrit (amount of red blood cells) was only 17% when it was last 32% and normal is 28-40%. It was also none regenerative meaning that more red blood cells were not being produced to make up for the low value. Chyna was a very sweet girl. I wish I had more time with her, I only had her 15 days.