KAT – A1055657
Safe 10-27-2015 Manhattan Rescue: Anjellicle Cats Rescue Please honor your pledges: http://bit.ly/KatA1055657
**SAFE 10/27/15** NEW HOPE RESCUE needed for pretty, but scared, KAT! This gorgeous girl was purchased from a breeder a few years back, and has been living with a child and an adult all this time. When that family decided they couldn’t move into a new place with her, and who knows if they even tried to take her back to the breeder, those folks decided that surrendering her to the ACC was the only way out. Now it’s KAT who needs OUT, and since she is so rattled at the ACC, she needs the help of a NEW HOPE RESCUE in order to escape! If you can foster or adopt this pretty girl, if you are willing to let her chill out at her own pace, please work with a New Hope rescue group in order to save her life. Otherwise, please share KAT to the moon and back, tonight!
My name is KAT. My Animal ID # is A1055657.
I am a female gray and white domestic sh. The shelter thinks I am about 4 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 10/22/2015 from NY 10474, owner surrender reason stated was MOVE2PRIVA.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
10/22/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 7.3 LBS.
gave 0.8 ml pyrantel pamoate PO applied activyl topically gave FVRCP vaccine SQ over right front leg gave rabies vaccine SQ over right hind leg
10/22/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
Basic Info Kat – A1055657 is a 4.5 year old female gray/white domestic medium hair. She was purchased by her owner 4 yrs ago from a breeder. The owner is moving to a private home where she cant keep Kat. She currently doesn’t have any health issues and seems to look very well taken care of. Socialization Kat -A1055657 is somewhat shy, but the owner expressed how she was not mean. She lived with one child who is currently 8 yr. old. the other person in the household was 18. She expressed that Kat was usually tolerant of children who were older and not aggressive during play time. She rarely played with anyone but is still considered sociable. Kat has never bitten anyone, nor has she ever scratched anyone Behavior Kat A-1055657 doesn’t like to be left home alone, or in a room alone. She is very vocal when left alone and seeks attention. Kat doesn’t like to be transported and tends to vomit during car rides. Kat is very well litter trained and hasn’t had any accidents outside of her litter box. For new family to know Kat A-1055657 is described to be independent, friendly, and quiet. She has a medium activity level and loves to follow you around the house. Kat doesn’t really play with toys but on occasion does grab them for short periods of time. Kat prefers to eat dry food (science diet hairball relief) and is well litter trained in a hooded litter box. Kat prefers to use vertical card board scratch post. Kat was said to be a great companion at home and her shy attitude was nonthreatening and is still very approach. Intake During intake Kat had a soft relaxed body, she allowed to be pet by staff. She often head butted and rubbed her body on the staffs hands. Kat allowed staff to pick her up, collar her and position her for a photo. During her medical evaluation she hissed once while getting her injection, but allowed the evaluation to be done with a soft body. After being returned to the kennel she began to show signs of discomfort. She began to hiss and express long loud meows, a few of the staff approached the cage and she charged the door. She did strike the front of the kennel and her pupils were dilated maybe due to the amount of people crowding her kennel.
No Web Memo
10/25/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – NH ONLY
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Kat’s previous owner reports that she is somewhat shy, but is not mean. She has lived with one child and Kat is usually tolerant with them and was not aggressive during play time. She doesn’t like to be left in the home or in a room alone. She is very vocal when left alone and will seek attention. She was described to be independent, friendly, and quiet. She has a medium activity level and will follow the owner around the house. She had a soft body upon intake and allowed handling during her initial medical exam. She started to display signs of discomfort once brought into a kennel. She began to hiss and yowl when someone approaches her. Reaction to assessor: Kat was stress meowing from behind a covered cage. As the assessor lifts the cage cover, she yowls very loudly and focuses on the assessor. Reaction when softly spoken to: Kat continues to stress meow. Reaction to cage door opening: Kat remains motionless. Reaction to touch: Kat hisses at the assessor’s hand, but allows brief touch on her head. She shifts her body away and continues to stress meow. When attempting to pet her again, she starts to growl and lifts her paw up to prepare to swat. Behavior Determination: New Hope Only Kat is displaying behaviors that preclude placement in the adoptions room and/or may require further investigation before placement in a home. She is extremely uncomfortable in the shelter environment and does not currently tolerate petting or handling. The behavior department feels that placement with a New Hope Partner is the best option at this time.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
10/22/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
10/22/15 15:34 initial exam microchip scan negative approx 4 year old female intact DMH cat was friendly for most of the exam, but hissed and tail flicking at the end BAR, hydrated full haircoat, no alopecia no URI signs no external parasites seen BCS 4/9 female, presumed intact clean teeth with mild staining mild brown debris AU heart and lungs WNL NOSF prognosis: excellent PLAN: gave 0.8 ml pyrantel pamoate PO applied activyl topically gave FVRCP vaccine SQ over right front leg gave rabies vaccine SQ over right hind leg
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