I'm sorry Dixie is ill! All of the leftovers you mentioned could be the cause of the diarrhea.
Because the diarrhea is so severe and she hasn't been showing any improvement the best course of action would be to bring her into a local vet to be evaluated so she can receive proper treatment.
If you are absolutely unable to get Dixie into a vet, you could try withholding food for 24 hours to allow her gut time to rest. Make sure she has plenty of fresh water available.
After Dixie has fasted for 24 hours, make her a mixture of 25% cooked white rice and 75% boiled skinless white meat chicken, shredded, with all of the fats and juices drained off. Feed one teaspoon every 3-4 hours initially, and then gradually increase the amount fed and the length of time between feedings.
Also get her started on a Probiotic specifically for cats, which you can get at any pet store, to help re-establish a normal healthy balance of bacteria in her intestines.
I'm sorry I missed you! Once Dixie has had normal stools for at least 48 hours you can gradually start mixing her regular food in with the chicken and rice, and then gradually wean her off the rice mix. If Dixie won't eat anything at all, if the diarrhea persists, or if she becomes extremely lethargic, then you definitely need to bring her into a local vet for an exam, assessment, and appropriate treatment. I hope poor Dixie is all right and that she is doing better for you soon!
You're very welcome, and I definitely think that is the best course of action. I hope Dixie is feeling better soon!
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