|Purred: Mon Sep 27, '10 6:50pm PST |
|I feed mine in their carrier, when its time to eat, they fly into their carriers. You could start teaching her, to eat in the carrier, keep the door open for awhile, so she can come out when she is done. When she calmly walks in and calmly walks out, shut the door, when she is done, open the door and let her out. Each day, increase the time she stays in there, by a few min, after she is done eating.
She will soon learn, carriers are good places, and she learns, she gets to come out.
As far as getting her in the carrier right now, the others might have some suggestions, but once you get her to the vet, and she is feeling better, start feeding her in her carrier.
Make sure its large, so she has room to stand up, turn around, and lay stretched out, get the hard sided one. i also put in there, clean soft towels and their toys. Best of luck.