Optogenetic activation can elicit seizure-like events in the hippocampus of anesthetized rats. However, it remains unclear how the hemodynamic signaling responds to the seizure-like events or long-term depolarization in hippocampus. Here, we applied the multi-model fMRI platform to acquire concurrent single-vessel fMRI and calcium signal upon optogenetic stimulation in the hippocampus. The neurovascular coupling coefficient was significantly lower for the long-term depolarization/seizure-like calcium event than that of normally evoked events. The reduced neurovascular coupling efficacy during seizure-like events indicates the lack of sufficient blood supply under high-energy demand of long-term depolarization, and eventually causes tissue damage.