MARIGOLD – A1034241
*SAFE* 04/29/15 -Marigold is an orange tabby cat the was brought in as a stray. The cat was found in a dumpster possibly looking for food. Marigold is frightened and needs a loving and patient family who will make her feel safe. If your able to foster or adopt Marigold please contact a new hope rescue ASAP!
MARIGOLD – A1034241
I am an unaltered male, orange Domestic Shorthair mix.
The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 6 months old.
I weigh 8 pounds.
I was found in NY 11207.
I have been at the shelter since Apr 24, 2015.
Marigold is an orange tabby cat the was brought in as a stray. The cat was found in a dumster possibly looking for food. The counselor has limited interaction at intake with Marigold. At intakethe cat was crying, but transfereed from the feral trap to the feral den with ease.
Client found Marigold in the dumster near MCDonalds and Burger King on Linden BLvd and Penn Ave. The cat allowed handling from Raffaella.
Male, approximately 1.5 years old
Showed signs of aggression from carrier–hissing, swatting, and lunging
Sedated by 1059 with Telazol (1cc)
Brown ocular discharge. Sniffling. Yellow nasal discharge.
0844 examined; confirmed URI
0844 adminstered Convenia (0.3cc)
Applied Activyl for flea prevention
CAME IN WITH
DAISY – A1034242
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