PJ gets eye infections at regular intervals, and normally, she's been okay about being treated - after about 3-4 days of torment, when she starts to get better, she realizes what we're doing. It's still a fight to burrito her in the towel, and she screams like crazy, but eventually, lets us get ointment into her eye.
However, PJ is getting older, and is a bit more crotchety with time. She's got an infection right now, and has actually taken to hiding under the bed whenever either of us comes after her - even if we just want to give her pets or treats. She'll pop out, but knows when we're coming after her!
We've tried a variety of things to get her out from under the bed - treats, food, laser play (her favorite), to no avail. We'd close off the bedroom, but that's not fair, since our other cat goes in and out of there all the time.
Besides the old standards, do any of you have good strategies for getting a cat out from under a bed - especially when they know something unpleasant is going to happen to them? We'll manage somehow - I never miss a dose when she's got an infection - but I'd love to make it easier.