I brought her home alive and didn't think that would happen, but it might be a short thing. She is super dehydrated (which I knew she would be from all the throwing up. One thing I learned today fluid is absorbed in your small intestines. Not your stomach). They did blood work, and everything is good except she has an infection, and her potassium level is super low again. I told the vet I don't want to put her down if she still has some life left in her, but I don't want her to suffer too. So, they gave her fluids with potassium (I gave her potassium med when I got her home), antibiotic shot, cerenia shot for the throwing up and I have pain medicine at home to give her. Will see how it goes over night with her and if nothing has changed then there is no more that can be done but at least this way I have given her all the chances she could have. Even if this does work, she has a short time. Vet wasn't sure but it could be 2 days or 3-4 weeks. The tumor will keep growing pushing on everything and it affects how her body does. She wouldn't eat when I got her home, but they never do. It takes a few hours for them to settle down.