ALMOND – A1034344
*SAFE – 05/09/15- A Staff Member Writes: Sweet, handsome, and just a wee bit nutty, our wonderful Almond is patiently waiting for his forever home at our Brooklyn Care Center. Almond can usually be found plastered to the front of his cage soliciting attention from anyone that walks past his. The best part of his day is anytime someone stops by to pet him and give him some loving.
ALMOND – A1034344
I am an unaltered male, white and black Domestic Shorthair mix.
The shelter staff think I am about 4 years old.
I weigh 12 pounds.
I was found in NY 11207.
I have been at the shelter since Apr 25, 2015.
M; 4 YO; 13.68 LB
Friendly during exam
Cage Exam 05/07
S/O: Noted patient to be sneezing multiple times in adoptions. Several staff members report sneezing as well. BAR otherwise, eating well.
A: early URI
P: Move to isolation, start course of Doxy (1.2 mL PO SID x 10 days), recheck on day 7 and 10
Notes: Almond was brought to the care center as a stray so we don’t have any behavioral history previous to what we are seeing during the evaluation. At the time of the assessment he was displaying friendly behavior, comes to the front of the kennel, interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. Almond is displaying behavior appropriate for a beginner cat owner.
Reaction to assessor: comes to the front of the cage, soliciting, rubbing against the cage front (1)
When spoken quietly: stays at front, continues soliciting attention (1)
Reaction to door cage opening: remains soft & relaxed (1)
Reaction to touch: solicits petting and attention (1)
Try picking cat up: tolerant of this type of handling.
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