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I assume you have not seen a vet yet for blood work or an exam. The most common causes for this would be kidney failure, hyperthyroidism, or liver disease. There is essentially nothing you can do at home to help this. You will need to either see your vet for blood work to establish which of these things is the cause, and then decide whether or not to treat it, or if that is not an option financially you should have her humanely euthanized so that she will not have to suffer. This will not get better without medical intervention, and there is not much you can do at home. I am concerned about her quality of life right now, so I would see a vet as soon as possible (ER vet... I would not wait until your vet opens again on Friday). Geriatric issues are hard on everyone, and I am so sorry you are going through this with Chloe.
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