CATSKIBIDI – A1046484
*SAFE* 08/10/15- This cutie was surrendered to us because the owner was unable to accommodate the cat for the time being. During her initial, Catskibidi was diagnosed with an abdominal mass. Please pull from BACC and take to a vet ASAP for a possible biopsy or removal.
A1046484 – CATSKIBIDI – 4Y FEMALE BROWN TABBY DSH
QARH – tried to scratch, tried to bite – 0.1mL Telazol given for exam
Ears, eyes, nose, mouth clear
SQ caudal abdominal mass 2cm x 2cm firm, lobulated. Vet reccomends placement with biopsy and or removal
Catskibidi is a 4 year old altered domestic short hair. The owner got Catskibidi from the previous owner 3 years ago. She has not been to the vet but has no known health problems or injuries. The owner says he likes how friendly and affectionate she is.
Social Life and Personality:
Catskibidi has been around children 5 years old and up. He is fearful of them and hides when they visit. She has not been around other cats or dogs. She is litter box trained, kept indoors, and has a medium activity level. Her owner describes her as playful, shy, mellow, friendly, affectionate, and quiet.
For a New Family to Know:
Catskibidi is used to clumping litter in an uncovered litter box. She likes catnip toys. She will scratch on her horizontal cardboard post. She follows people around the home. She is exuberant during play. She is used to eating wet and dry cat food. She likes to sleep in bed.
Catskibidi was tense inside the carrier. She allowed to be picked up and placed out of the carrier and placed in the counter for pictures. He was easily picked up and placed back in a carrier. She did not show any aggressive behaviors.
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