There's a lot of trial and error involved with Wylla's care. We're constantly modifying meal sizes, the consistency of her food, meal timing, and the length of the post-meal upright-holding sessions, with the hope of finding that perfect balance that works for her system, and keeps food down.
We'll have a week where everything seems under control - she's able to process her meals and everything stays down - but that's always followed by a couple of bad days where her innards sound turbulent, everything comes back up, and she feels low.
She's managed to put on some weight, but still only weighs two and a half pounds, which is about half of what a kitten of her age should weigh.
For now, she'll continue to stay in our care while we work on getting her healthier and fatter. We certainly don't mind - this darling little thing is a joy to be around.