So, today, drops in the eye and UV light to check the health of the eye and look for signs of uveitis-all clear; blood and fecal test (I took in a sample just in case-test negative for parasites) antibiotic eye drops for the discharge; sub q fluids because she's dehydrated but NO fever which is very good; home fluid support by mouth and a little bit of food at a time to make sure she keeps it down (she vomited this a.m.) and they gave anti nausea shot. We will give more lysine, also.
As for the others and especially Myrna??? By now they've all been exposed so we are to keep a close watch. Give water by mouth and something like tuna juice by mouth if they vomit or won't eat. Bring them in if eye discharge, won't eat longer than one day, lethargic, etc. or sneezing, cough, runny nose.
How did this happen? Apparently, it just does. Could have come from any cat this past week which picked it up at the vet and brought it home and she could just be more susceptible. We could bring it in the house. Or it just happened. Luckily, I didn't let it go long without vet treatment. Remember, eye discharge, nose, sneezing, coughing-all need immediate vet care before the cat becomes sicker.