This is mostly derived from my Facebook post on the same subject, but in case you were curious and you're not my Facebook friend for some reason (not that you couldn't be if you'd like to ask), here's what's up with my elderly kitteh:
We decided it was time to bring Velcro home last night. She clearly
feels much better and she's bright-eyed if not bushy-tailed. However,
she has some noticeable neurological symptoms - she's shaky and clumsy,
reminiscent of a cat recovering from anesthetic. We're doing our best to discourage her from using the stairs or jumping on the
Unfortunately we have no definitive answers about her condition. If it was caused by a stroke or metastasis of the cancer she had a few years ago, there's nothing we can do about it anyway so I've chosen not to pursue further diagnosis along those lines.
We're still waiting for some blood test results that might shed further light and reveal something that is treatable. For now, we're going to pamper her in the manner to which she is accustomed as long as she's happy, eating, free of pain and able to get around.
Thanks for all of your well wishes. We're trying to remain optimistic.