Her CL is high could just mean she is dehydrated and her CO2 is high which also could just be dehydration and could be causing the acidic issues.
I think I have all I need to do this time around. Of course we're checking her mouth and I'll be putting her on IV fluids for the day. At least that will help. This vet is not to keen on Sub-Q fluids, supposedly there are new studies out that say that Sub-Q fluids can cause Hypertension in cats. It's better to have them ingest the fluids, if only it was that easy
Thanks again for all your assistance. I'll keep you in the loop about tomorrow.
If I missed anything let me know as I know you'll pick this up later and I'll get your response before I go in tomorrow