KRISTAIN – A1054094
Safe 10-16-2015 Brooklyn
Kristain A1054094 – 10 week female gray tabby kitten
S/O: PATIENT BROUGHT TO MEDICAL AFTER SUSPECTED RECTAL PROLAPSE BY ACO
BAR ON PRESENTATION – HISSES WHEN APPROACHED BUT ALLOWS ALL HANDLING
MILD INFLAMMATION/SWELLING ON ANUS AND PERIRECTALLY, ESPECIALLY AT VENTRAL BASE OF TAIL.
NO OBVIOUS PROLAPSE – MAY BE INFLAMMED FROM DIARRHEA
GAVE 1 DOSE OF METRONIDAZOLE – 0.15 ML
PONAZURIL/PANCUR COURSE NOT FINISHED – WILL RESTART AND RECHECK DIARRHEA
APPLY ANIMAX ON RECTAL AREA BID X 2 DAYS AND RECHECK
Reaction to assessor: Kristain does not come to front cage. She watches the assessor from the back of the cage in a low and tense position.
When spoken quietly: Kristain continues to watch assessor from the back of the cage
Reaction to door cage opening: Kristain hisses at the assessor
Reaction to touch: Kristain remains motionless while being petted
Try picking cat up: Kristain is tolerant of this type of handling but tense.
At the time of the assessment Kristain was displaying fearful behavior; does not seek attention from the assessor and becomes alert when the kennel was open. Retreats as I started to get closer. I was able to pet her and interact with her in a limited way. I was also able to pick Kristain up. We recommend that Kristain goes to a home with experienced cat parents.
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