Thanks. Yes, she's already been TNR'd. I noticed/ looked for that when I first saw her. I've thought about the tablet for her, but she'd have to have one every month, & think it's only for adult fleas(?) So that's not really a good option for her. She does have shelter. Last Christmas I bought them a dog house on amazon, along w/ a heated pet pad for outside to put in it. I also went to good will & bought an afghan & fleece blanket for in there, as well as another old blanket I had. I made it really cozy for them.To a great extent, I have socialized most of the ferals , to some degree, before bringing them in. Perhaps you know someone who could take her if that were accomplished later. First things first though. Get through this. There are a great deal more feral cat workers in your state now than ever before. If she is not spayed, there is a chance of finding some help as a start when you feel you can deal with that. Just let me know and I will do what I can to help Honey. Right now, you could try giving her a capstar to relieve her of fleas for a short time. I hide them in a tiny pile of cooked, crisp bacon. They are bitter so the grease from the bacon helps a lot. When you are with Panther at the vet, you could ask if there is some better way to accomplish that. I know you have a lot on your plate right now but maybe you can start thinking about options for Honey. If you can have a decorative bench outside your door that has storage underneath, it could serve as a secret shelter. A simple hole cut in one side served as an entrance. Someone here came up with that for ferals at her door. She is in similar circumstances.