|Purred: Tue Oct 11, '11 9:21am PST |
|Oh wow, I'm surprised the emergency vet didn't take this more seriously. 3 days is a long time for a cat to have trouble eating, and he shouldn't be going downhill after his neuter IMO. Is this your regular vet? I hope you'll try them again today now that it's a regular business day, and if they don't suggest that you bring him in for an exam, I'd call another vet and get a second opinion. The poor little guy needs to eat, and he needs his teeth examined to make sure they aren't causing him trouble! If the problem is something to do with his neuter, he needs to have that addressed too!
In the meantime, try warming his wet food and see if that will encourage him to eat. If the food is warm, he'll be able to smell it more easily, and that may help him want to eat.
Please post updates! I'm worried about little Sylvester.
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