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Hi there, i'm Dr. Karing and I would be glad to help with your question about Quincie. Did your veterinarian take chest x-rays?
I'm going offline for awhile so I am going to opt out which will allow other professionals to help. However, I will say that the low body temperature can be indicative of heart disease in cats. My advice is to go back to the vet where they should provide treatment and stabilize your cat before sending her home. Labored open mouth breathing suggests Quincie is having trouble getting the oxygen she needs: they can deliver oxygen in the veterinary clinic while they work on figuring out what the cause of the problem is. Chest x-rays are very important.
JACustomer, I apologize that you did not hear back from anyone. How is Quincie doing currently?
I am sorry to hear this, but glad that Quincie is receiving veterinary treatment. Please let me know if I can help you any further.