Yes they gonna share it to me. Yesterday at 3 pm they took an x ray.. even then they didn't mention about perforation. They only said they couldn't see where the blockage was. The barium sulphate was still entering into his intestines then.I have nothing of any value to offer you - just my support. A perforation would most likely show up in an x-ray. So, if that has not mentioned, it hadn't happened at the time of his last x-ray. Are the vets going to share with you the results of the upcoming x-ray before they actually do surgery?
A blockage does not have to be fatal if not immediately treated, but every case is different. Not eating is not good, but it is a plus in a sense in that he is not accumulating more food in his intestines - if there is a blockage. He will most likely be placed on IV fluids that will probably also contain nutrients to help stabilize him.
Counting down the hours with you until you and he are back at the vet's again.
Very occasionally, my cats will get a piece of hard dry stool "stuck" in their colon. They will strain to defecate, vomit that white foam, and generally act unwell. Almost 100% of the time, I can "feel" it in their colon by gently feeling around the area. Can you feel anything stuck in that area around his anus? (This would be a much easier fix than an obstruction.)He's throwing up white foam again. Tried to defecate. His voice is weak. Rubbed his forehead to my face and asked me to pet him. I think he is in pain.
The hospital will be closed in the evening. I don't know what to do. I kept him in the crate. He's not calming down.I am glad he made it through surgery. But please contact the vet and tell them about him vomiting and that you think there is blood involved.
Why won't they keep him in the hospital for at least a day or two? You may have explained that before with one of your other cats, but I can't remember. I would have thought they would want him on IV fluids around the clock at least initially.
It's night 3 o clock now. He's shouting so loudly..not calming down trying to come out of the crate. Not taking rest at all. I will contact other clinics in the morning who will allow me too to stay with him in the clinic.Has the hospital closed yet? If not, call them and ask for some guidance. Can they direct you to an emergency location to take him to? Did they give you any pain meds to give him?
They are not open now.So, none of these clinics are open now? He could be groggy, but I worry about his pain.
Try to remain calm yourself, he could also be reacting to you and your anxiety.