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Thank you for the information provided. From what you describe, and at 11 years old, At should really be seen by a veterinarian. Progressive loss of appetite, and the current lethargy suggests a progressive disease like loss of kidney function, or possibly a malignancy. If you are able to have her properly examined that would be best.
Hope this helps, we try to answer your questions and concerns as best we can on this site without the benefit of a proper physical examination. Please appreciate that it is always advisable to seek local veterinary care if possible. Let me know if there is anything further I can help you with. Thanks so much, and kind regards!
I understand. If you cannot get to a veterinarian, I would suggest offering strained chicken baby food to eat. It is soft, easy to digest, palatable, and provides needed fluids.
Offer broths and other enticing liquids like tuna water with water added. This may help.
Feed her anything she will eat.
People food also.
You are very welcome.