LILO – A1041013
*SAFE* 08/12/15- Meet LILO!!!
Lilo is the chilliest most laidback cat around. He has survived so much with us and has been a positive sport throughout it all. He loves… I mean LOVES food. He will one day become the best couch potato companion around. He has been with us for so long and is now ready for a furever home! Please pull from MACC!
LILO – A1041013
NEUTERED MALE, BRN TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,7 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition INJ MINOR Intake Date 06/21/2015, From NY 10034, DueOut Date 06/24/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary BARH scan negative mod tartar abrasions on all paw pads limping with left front limb scab on left injuinal area neutered overweight NOSF
abrasions on all paw pads
limping with left front limb
scab on left injuinal area
wounds on paw pads, right lateral thigh
needs cleaning of wounds, antibitoics
bring to medical
npo for sedation in am
.1cc telazol sedated by anesthesia
0.55 cc Buprinex 0.3mg/ml after sternal recovered quickly
wounds on R lateral clipped cleaned and surgically debrided, undermined and then sutred in 3 layers.
3 2-0 Horizontal mattress sutures placed to decrese tension on a highly moveable area, at the caudal aspect of RH, then SC and followed by 2-0 continuous subcuticlar. Then simple interupted 2-0 absorble sutures were placed. These can be removed in 14 days.
A: wound sutured under tension; will need special care to keep clean
P: NH placement needed ASAP to keep wound clean and from dehissence b/c under tension but sutured very well with tension sutures. Px poor to fair b/c tension may open it up for secondary intention wound healing. As for now stayed through recovery
baytril 22.7 1.2 cc SC x7d
Buprinex0.3mg/ml 0.55cc SC BID 10 d
c/w clavamox as well
suture line looks good
cat is bar, affectionate
Sutures are staying in place – Nolvasan to be dabbed and dried gently with handler b/c painful when cleaned
BAR, solicits attention
eats all food
BAR. BCS 6/9. FRIENDLY.
WOUND ON RIGHT HINDLIMB IS HEALING APPROPRIATELY. SUTURES ARE IN PLACE. MINIMAL SWELLING. NO DISCHARGE.
CONTINUED TREATMENT AS PREVIOUSLY PRESCRIBED.
PROGNOSIS IS GOOD WITH CONTINUED MEDICAL ATTENTION
Wound healing appropriatedly
No changes to current medical treatment
removed about 50% of sutures but left those close to main injury on thigh–doesnt seem 100% healed. Overall wound look good.
could be placed with foster or new hope
BAR, still wearing ecollar, eating and active, solicts attention, used to ACC routine
RH leg wound incision looks good, leaving thesutures more distally alittle longer b/c near highly moveable skin and SC of the hock
A: Repaired leg wound , will need half sutures removed
P: NH placement needed. Excellent Px.
removed a few more sutures–left 3 in place
okay to move out of medical
s/r 5 days
incision healed well
Reaction to assessor: Lilo engages when approached by the assessor.
Reaction to door opening: Lilo seeks affection, leans forward with tail up and remains at the front of the cage, soft and relaxed.
Reaction to touch: Lilo head-butts the assessor’s hand and accepts the touch with eyes soft and loose body.
Reaction to Being Picked up: He allows the pickup and remains calm.
Placement determination: Beginner
Lilo interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat can go to a beginner home.
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