HOTWING – A1056448
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*SAFE* 11/02/15 – Hotwing is handsome medium haired kitty that came to us as a stray and with a kitty cold. All craves attention from staff and eating all of his food!
Staten Island Center
HOTWING – A1056448 – 13 yr male – Stray – BEGINNER HOME!
Mentation: BAR, moderate dehydration. AMBX4
Eyes: Ocular discharge
Nose: Nasal discharge
Teeth: Dental disease, missing most teeth
If abnormal BCS: Underweight
Hair Coat: Slightly matted, dirty. shaved mats
Behavior: Friendly,allowed handling
Medication: As per Dr. 0962
administered 100ml LRS
100ml LRS SIDX3 days
0.6ml doxycycline SIDX10 days
overall condition observed during treatments and rounds
underweight, but has a good appetite
eyes appeared very squinty, ocular discharge
as per dr. 0962
will set up TID feeding x 5 days
erythromycin ointment BID x 10 days
Hotwing came to the shelter as a stray, so we don’t have any behavioral history or tendencies in a home environment. Upon intake, Hotwing was friendly and allowed all handling.
Reaction to assessor: Hotwing is at the front of his cage drinking water.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Hotwing turns to look at the assessor and meows.
Reaction to cage door opening: Hotwing approaches the assessor.
Reaction to touch: Hotwing leans into touch and purrs, enjoys petting all over body.
Reaction to pick up: Hotwing is calm during this type of handling.
Placement Determination: Beginner
Hotwing approaches the assessor, enjoys petting and allows all handling. Hotwing is exhibiting behavior suited to beginner cat parents.
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