We've moved her food and water after reorganising the kitchen. It's now tucked into a corner, after we vetoed near the radiator (wet food will go stinky) and near the litter tray (I assume not nice for her?).
She's barely eaten since, and has a face like thunder. She knows where the bowl is, as the kids keep tempting her over there with Dreamies. Is there a reason cats won't eat in corners, or is she just being a git?
Well there is the possibility that she does feel vulnerable with the bowl in the corner. 2 of her possible flight directions are cut off, and if something approached her from behind (in the wild that is) she'd be trapped and probably killed/eaten.
When we had our kitchen refitted, we had to move our (now departed) old girl's food into the lounge for a few weeks. She'd sit in the place where her old food used to be, staring at us. We'd show her the new food place, she'd have a bite or two, then go and sit back in the old place. You could see her thinking 'Just put it back slave. I shall not eat it over there, its WRONG' In other words, your cat is being a cat