I should get back to shiny hunting.
Thanks HM, we know she's come from a rough place (though she's very friendly) and we know logically that it's normal for new animals sometimes not to eat the first day or two, but it's kind of scary seeing a cat that tiny refuse to eat. We haven't really been trying to watch her eat or force her too (I mean, sure, we've offered her treats, but trying to force feed a cat's a good way to get bit).
Anything to entice a rat to EXCERCISE!!!!!!!
I dont have wheels (the wheels here are too small), i take him out, but he just hides under the sofa and stays there till its time to go back).