So yes - we are still fighting the URI https://www.felinediabetes.com/FDMB...n-treatment-options-and-what-to-avoid.233200/ Thank you everyone from the previous thread when I was asking about treatment options! We have since tried Clavamox (x2), Clindamycin, and ofloxacin ophthalmic drops with no luck. Gyda's spay surgery has been cancelled twice now and I finally got to speak with the spay and neuter director today (had been playing phone tag) and we agreed that there was no rush on the spay until she's better. I took her to a new, shiny vet clinic today - AAHA accredited and everything. The vet I spoke with was very nice, liked him immediately, friendly and took time to explain my options. He recommended a PCR panel to pinpoint what virus we were actually dealing with (maybe it's not feline herpes) and I will get the results back in a week or so. He said my printed out list of dates/medicines was very helpful and I was doing everything he would have been doing. He threw out some possibilities of polysps (??) and basically said he'd prefer to stick to the basics before assuming anything else, like allergens etc. I had asked him about doxycycline because it was recommended to me a couple times and he said because of her age it can cause teeth discoloration in kittens so he'd rather avoid it if possible ... but that he might consider it if the panel indicates it would help. He also mentioned her third eyelids were protruding (I assumed it was because she had conjunctivitis) so he gave her some dewormer in case she has tapeworms. He sent her home on Terrymycin and Azithromyic and we are going to play it by ear until the results come back. Her report also says she has mild serious nasal discharge which bothers me because I've never noticed nasal discharge ... maybe she's had it all along and I didn't notice? I feel kind of nervous about it ... before I just assumed it was a bad herpes flare-up but with a PCR panel I'm feeling a little tense. Hopefully no matter what the results are it will be treatable ... right?