Did they take an x ray to confirm if he has an obstruction? blood tests? stool tests? Your bill should indicate what they did and what for?
Have you tried to entice him/her to eat? There are lots of ways to get the meds into him. Try sticking it into a hotdog or a piece of cheese? Sometimes people will use the pill pockets for cats and they seem to work? Adding something stinky too might make him interested.
Are you going back to the vets for a follow up?
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