JINGLES – A1050534
Safe 9-16-2015 Brooklyn
**SAFE 09/16/15** Once again, a cat who has been given as a gift finds her way to the bloodthirsty shelter system, and tonight’s euth list, because she was supposedly not a perfect fit for a home that occasionally hosted young kiddos. JINGLES is said to be a ragdoll mix and she is just a baby herself, still learning what is expected of her. Her owner surrender notes show a kitten who might get overstimulated, who might not feel her best, who might have been stressed out wherever she lived before; it’s clear that she needs a change of pace. Jingles can be reserved on the ACC website tonight, or someone can work with a New Hope rescue to foster/adopt her, but either way, HER TIME IS UP AT THE ACC! Please advocate fiercely for Jingles, a pretty young lady who hasn’t found her place in the world, and who only has tonight in which to do it…..
My name is JINGLES. My Animal ID # is A1050534. – P
I am a female white and brown ragdoll and domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 7 MONTHS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 09/06/2015 from NY 11374, owner surrender reason stated was CHILDCONFL.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
09/08/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 6.8 LBS.
No Final Exam
09/06/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
09/06/15 13:42 BASIC INFO Jingles is a 7 month old Ragdoll Domestic Shorthair mix that was given to her prior owner as a gift when she was just 6 weeks old. Client has chosen to surrender Jingles while she is still young because she believes she is too anti social with the children. She also stated she believes that Jingles should be placed in a home where there are elderly people that would just let her be. SOCIALIZATION Jingles is described as very shy. She tends not to warm up to people at all. Client stated that she rarely seeks for attention. Ever so often she brushes her head against her owner. When her owner goes to pet her while she is performing this action, Jingles immediatley becomes too aroused and attempts to bite or scratch. Jingles never interacted with children. She never lived full time with children. 4 small children ages range from 4-12 have visited every weekend and Jingles is said to hide majority of the time and come out at night to eat and use the bathroom. She has not had any visitors outside of her owner’s immediate family. Jingles has never lived nor interacted with any other cats or dogs. BEHAVIOR Jingles is never picked up or rubbed by her family because she attempts to bite and scratch. She has never been groomed (bathed, brushed, nail trimming, etc.) outside of her grooming herself. She isn’t bothered by noises and said to be ok as long as she is left alone. FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW Jingles is described as mellow, quiet, and independent. She has a very low activity level. Toys has never interested her. she doesn’t scratch on furniture or drapes. She does not have her own scratching post. Jingles eats both wet and dry food mixed everyday. Her food is left out all day. Jingles loves drinking water as per her prior owner. INTAKE Jingles was very calm yet alert during intake. She was looking around, eyes opened slighty wide. Everytime she was touched by an admissions counselor she licked her lips and one ear tilted to the side. She allowed to be rubbed, picked up, and scanned by an admissions counselor (result negative).
No Web Memo
09/09/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPNOCHILD
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Owner Profile: Jingles was bought into the care center due to conflicts with the previous owner child. Jingles is described as very shy. The previous owner stated that she rarely seeks for attention. Ever so often she brushes her head against her owner. Jingles never interacted with the children. Four small children visited every weekend. Jingles is said to hide majority of the time and come out at night to eat. Jingles has never lived nor interacted with any other cats or dogs so her behavior towards other animals remains unknown. Notes: Jingles at the time of the assessment he was displaying shy behavior, did not come to the front of the kennel but interacts with the Assessor, allows attention, tolerates petting. Jingles does not liked to be picked up. She will hiss and bite with very little pressure when attempted. Jingles is displaying behavior appropriate experienced cat parents with no children. Reaction to assessor: does not come to front but looks at you, appears calm When spoken quietly: does not come to front but looks at you, appears calm Reaction to door cage opening: becomes slightly nervous Reaction to touch: allows petting and attention Try picking cat up: Jingles does not allow handling, she will hiss and bite when attempted Placement Determination: Experience no child
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
09/06/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
bar microchip scan negative nervous, allowed handling female, ~7m old no spay scar seen eent – wnl flea comb negative nosf
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