Originally Posted by Heidi n Q
Take her to the vet and ask.
Brief synopsis. Please correct me if I have this wrong:
You: 4 sentences explaining problem.
Me: 8 sentences welcoming and sharing ideas.
You: 2 sentence reply.
Me: 9 sentences of more sharing of ideas and asking questions.
You: 2 sentence reply.
You: 1 sentence requesting help and asking about medication.
If you don't give us a more complete picture of what is happening with your cat there is nothing we can advise you to do. I certainly hope you are more forthcoming with the vet.
How does the cat behave around you and other household members?
Does anyone regularly handle and pet the cat?
Does the cat approach any person to ask for attention herself?
Does the cat enjoy interacting with her people?
Does anyone engage the cat in play activity?
Is the cat comfortable/relaxed at all?
If so, at what times or what are the circumstances of her being relaxed?
Does she ever purr?
Does the cat ever carry her tail straight up or is it usually carried low?
Does the cat remain visible or does the cat hide?
Does she walk confidently around the house or does she slink?
Are her ears constantly moving and her eyes wide and scanning the area?
Will she close her eyes when in the presence of people?
_ _ _ I don't mean blinking, I mean resting, closing her eyes and just listening to the activity around her.
Is the household noisy?
Is there screaming, yelling, loud talking or running and fast movements?
Any significant changes to/in the household?
What type of food is she being fed?
How old is your cat?
How long have you had your cat?
Any significant behavior changes from when you first got her to now?
_ _ _ If yes, please explain how the behavior was different and if there were any reasons you could determine.
Is she current on her vaccinations?
Is she spayed?
I am asking these questions to determine her personality and state of being; trying to pinpoint if she has a problem or if her people are contributing to the problem.
Best wishes to your kitty,
k, i'll answer them in order.
She is Usually Normal.
Everyone in the house pics her up.
no not at the moment.
she purrs when we pick her up and rub under her chin
its down nearly all the time
slink for sure
the ears are always moving but i dont take much notice of the eyes
Sometimes, a 6 year old is in the house.
yes, usually the kids run through the house
cat Buiscats druing day, and the tin food at night
2 years old
Yes, when we first got her and the first few months a very playful cat. she was a good behaving cat, but now she is scared of everyting. checking out shoes and chairs, i'm not sure if her seeing a snake over her food bowl watching her and her litter could of done this or not.
Yes she was Spayed late december.
Thats the info on her and thanks for asking these questions, and while i'm here is it possible for a cat to go on heat after being spayed?
because she has being making those howling noises and rolling around the floor for a few days now.
Thanks Josh 91.