ALBIE – A1055319
Safe 10-21-2015 Manhattan
*SAFE* 10/21/15 – SWEET ADORABLE KITTEN ALBIE HAS RINGWORM AND A MILD URI! @MACC
ALBIE – A1055319
4M MALE GRAY TABBY DSH
3 months old
ringworm lesion on toes and ears, muzzle, Wood’s light +++
also slightly congested
good bcs very bar
applied acticyl and gave pyrantel
signed up for ponazuril and panacur
S/O: in medical for observation due in ringworm (woods lamp +) and URI. visual exam only due to ringworm status. very BAR and attention seeking, seems sweet. no ocular or nasal discharge seen, no conestion noted.
P: continue doxy and lyme sulfur dips as previously rx
continue panacur and ponazuril deworming protocol
Green Medical Behavior
Albie is a young male gray tabby & white DSH feline who was found as a stray in the Bronx on 10/16/15. The finder is unable to keep Albie any longer due to them being allergic and medication doesn’t seem to be working. They stated Albie was a well behaved happy playful “typical” kitten. He used an uncovered make shift litter box with clumping litter within and ate wet & dry Friskies cat food 2-3x a day. There’s a special needs child in the home that Albie got along well with, he didn’t seem to mind being grabbed/held & played with. Albie slept on the sofa; with the adult or the child. He was given a bath since he was found with fleas on his coat and a flea collar was placed on him.
During intake Albie allowed all handling. He allowed to be scanned (-), collared & taken pictures of including positioning him during the photo session. Albie seemed to enjoy being picked up/held and was placed into a kennel with ease.
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