Many of you answered the post I gave about my cat hiding all the time, well, do you think something could be wrong with her? We had her in the laundry room, she was hiding behind the washer, she didn't even come out to use the litter box, she just peed all over the floor. I got her out and put her in a crate so she can eat. The other cats haven't been anywhere near her. Do you think she is just scared or do you think something could be wrong?? She has a vet check on Wednesday, but until then. . . I have you guys!
Yes she may be sick or just scared I had a wild cat that I rescued one time name Baby Blue Because he was such a baby (he would always hide under the couch and hiss if you went near him but woud NEVER BIT!!) And he had blue eyes. Anyway he would sometimes pee under the couch and so when we took him to the vet they said he had a urinary track problem. So they put him on this REALLY EXPENSIVE! food diet but we just went out and bought Friskies Speical Diet and that helped just the same as the other food they put him on but it wasn't as expensive so my guess is that she has a urinary track problem but you never know so hope everything goes well!! :o)
Here is a little bit more information on her. Well, we just got her Wednesday and she is 7 years old. She was in the shelter for 12 days, she was an owner turn in but I think she was neglected, she is scared of your hand and she is also pretty thin.
I just talked to the vet and they can't move her appt. up at all. They told me that she was probably just so scared she was afraid to move. So we put her into our largest crate(holds our 90 pound dog) and I am going to put a litter box and her food and water in it and let her stay there for about a week and then move her into a room like the bathroom. and then go from there.
Your cat could have some sort of urinary tract infection, I know that cats are especially prone to this. It often makes them feel really bad and grumpy and causes accidents outside the litter box. When you take her to the vet, I would ask them to check for this. If this is the problem antibiotics should take care of it.