WOWIE – A1059348
Urgent 12-19-2015 Manhattan
*SAFE* 12/19/15 – Wowie has been diagnosed with a severe URI. He has been noted to have mucopurulent nasal discharge and open mouth breathing. This has resulted in dehydration and lack of eating. Please pull this little cutie and help him get the immediate vet care needed.
WOWIE – A1059348 5M Male Orange Tabby DSH
mod dehydrated, underweight
not eating well
gave 50cc SQF
MPND, SOD, sneezing, congested; URI
eyes and nose cleaned
very dirty and waxy ears; pos. ear infection
nebulized and placed in medical
young male intact
gave 0.4cc pyrantel po
QAR, open mouth breathing d/t MPND – thick yellow, therefore not eating well
ear mites with dirty ears
lungs – no abnormal sounds ausculted
P: LRS 50ml SC BID 7 days
azithromicin 0.22 cc PO 7 days
tresederm AU BID 10 d, acarrex when placed
NH placement needed
Blue Medical Behavior
Wowie A1059348 was found in an apartment building hallway. The finder did not want to take him in her home of fear that he will get her other cats and children sick.
Behavior during intake
Wowie allowed to be scanned(-). He sounds congested when he breaths and had dry crust on his nose. He is missing fur on the back of his ears. Just to be safe to not spread contagion, There was very minimal handling. He was friendly and allowed to be transferred from one carrier to another.
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