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Is there definitely a blockage? Did the vet xray as well? If there’s not a blockage you can force feed critical care but not if there is a blockage. GI stasis is considered a symptom, so there is likely an underlying cause which was missed the first time. Whether he has tooth pain or some other pain that’s causing the issues. Is he shedding? Sometimes blockages can occur if they’re ingesting too much hair, or even too much cardboard from their toys. Was there anything noticeable in the blockage when it eventually came out last time?