I've seen her twice since I returned her. The first time she seemed to be doing well but her mammary glands were getting full. I saw her this past weekend when I went to get the kitten's stool tested. She was sleepy and wasn't all that interested in having me get up all in her face. She felt warm, but that was most likely from being all sleepy. They did spay her (generally they don't spay cats until they are adopted. Foster moms will generally stay at the shelter until adopted because they know there is someone emotionally invested in them) and she was up on the adoption floor. I'm hoping that once the hormones have abated that she won't mind the company of other kitties because I think she'll show a whole heck of a lot better in a community room instead of in an individual cage.