Posted by Brandon Adorlee on Wednesday, 12 February, 2020 16:44:44
About 2 weeks ago, my 1 1/2-year-old cat started acting strangely, doing things she'd never done before-- hiding under the bed and the table and moving away from me when I went near her. Later that day, her first mouse (at least, the first since I adopted her in January) appeared in the bedroom
Cats love to hide in dark, hard-to-reach places where they feel safe and secure. Whether she is under stress or simply looking for a spot to nap, you may find your cat hiding under your bed, which fits the bill as a desirable spot to hang out.
If your cat is hiding under the bed, it may be a simple matter of preference, or because he's temporarily overwhelmed and needs a little break. If separating himself from the family is out of character, hiding under the bed may be a sign of illness or injury and may require intervention. When you
My cat is very sick and has gone into hiding. I'm trying to decide if I can give affection without adding to her stress. she retreated to the under bed safe spot and when I pet her (I pulled the bed out a little) there's no purring. I pulled her up on the bed at one point as I'd done yesterday with good results, but this time she
My cat is usually really social. Loves to be cuddled, loves being around people, always crawls in my lap. What should I do if my cat stops eating and starts hiding more? Ask Question Asked 5 years, 9 months ago. user contributions licensed under cc by-sa 4.0 with attribution required.
If you're normally sociable cat is suddenly hiding, It's often in a dark, cozy place, like under the bed, or in the back of a closet where a fallen coat can provide comfort and warmth.