There is always a chance....as long as you have green p-bulbs to work with. You just need patience. Go to the local dollar store and buy a big bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide. Soak the root area every couple weeks...it kills fungus and oxygenates the root area. You can also try the "spag and bag" technique. Some take a plastic bin, put spagnum at the bottom and partially cover the bin with the lid. Every Day, you have to spritz it with a fine mist of pure water. Keep the spag moist but not soggy wet. When you begin to see lots of new roots, put it in it's new pot and don't water for a couple weeks. As weird as it seems, those catts hate wet feet. They MUST get dry in between waterings. The lower the elevation it is originally from the more you must skip heavy waterings. Also; when using a mister...make sure and dry it out and de-fungus it regularly with a natural fungicide. Try adding a couple drops of a root hormone into that plants water the next time too. It'll tell the plant to make more roots faster.