BRAZIL – A1039954
*SAFE* 06/14/15- Brazil is a sweet kitten who is eating on his own and very sweet! Brazil has severe conjunctivitis and was found with a large wound to the back leg that had a maggot infestation, the wound has been cleaned, but he will need treatment and care for several weeks while he heals. Please pull from MACC today!!
*NEW HOPE ONLY due to age and weight*
A1039954 BRAZIL – 5WKS MALE DSH .9LBS STRAY INTAKE:6/13/15
INTIAL EXAM 6/13:
scanned neg at front
intact male 4 weeks
wound at base of tail–large maggot infestation. Underlying muscle is vital but hole is large –greater than one inch. In time should heal fully
BAR, eats when offered, jumping out of carriers
eyes sealed over with pus, but vital underneath crust
gave 1/2 capstar po, other half infused into wound. Maggots manually removed and TAB applied. 0.2ml amoxiclav PO, gave pyrantel and frontline spray
12cc SQF given
prognosis good, but wound care will take weeks
NH placement reccommended
Lunging and nipping whenever handled, calms if face is covered but still growls
PE unchanged from 6/13
Kitten seems comfortable
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