This is not a just a prolonged recovery from anesthesia, and at this point I would be getting worried about dehydration. Also, cats are prone to getting a condition called hepatic lipidosis (also called fatty liver) if they go very long without eating, so it is really important that we get this cat eating again very quickly.
I would strongly recommend having him seen at the emergency clinic today rather than waiting until tomorrow. The symptoms are not specific enough to suggest any particular problem, but the problem has been going on long enough for this to be really worrisome. It is good that blood work prior to the surgery was normal, but things can change pretty quickly in cats, and the emergency clinic will probably want to do some blood work and possibly some x-rays to try to find out what is causing the vomiting. This would be a good way of getting a second opinion as well, rather than just going back to your regular vet. Also, sometimes cats will be more handleable if they go to a place they have never been before so he may be better behaved at this different clinic.
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Hi Scrapping Queen -
Thanks for the update. I'm really glad they were aable to help your little kitty and I hope he is feeling better. I really appreicate your taking the time to let me know how things worked out for you.
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