If she's not better by tomorrow, she probably should be seen sooner than Wed if possible, Alyak364. Make sure she gets plenty of water--if she has diarrhea, she needs water to prevent dehydration. If you boil a piece of chicken in water you can use the resulting broth to entice her to drink more water. Strain out the chicken, discard the bones and save the meat to try to get her to eat tomorrow.
If you begin to see blood in her stool or if she stops drinking water, she'll need to be seen by the vet ASAP. If she also begins vomiting, treat it as an emergency.
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