Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Simpsonville, SC
Did the vet say she had any reason to think he was blocked?
We've had a lot of male cats come in for the symptoms you were describing and when the vets were doing a physical, the bladders were usually full and either took a lot of force or could not be expressed manually (by squeezing the bladder from the outside).
If so, its possible he was blocked. If left untreated, it can be deadly. I would assume your vet would have explained this to you, especially if they anesthetized him and placed a catheter.
I think you should at least call them and ask them to explain what was done and why. If he was blocked, chances are he's still feeling pretty bad and should be back to normal in a few days. You really need to talk to your vet though.
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