MILEY – A1058143
Safe 11-21-2015 Manhattan
*SAFE* 11/21/15 – Meet Miley: Miley is a very friendly, curious cat! He will immediately come to the front of his cage to say hello and ask for a head rub or two, all while peering out at the world around him. He has an abscess on his neck, possibly from an old bite wound, that is healing on its own. He is also anemic, most likely due to the infection from the abscess which may resolve when the abscess is healed, and he is emaciated but is eating and drinking on his own. Despite his injuries, he remains outgoing and affectionate! Please help Miley today!
MILEY – A1058143
MALE, BLACK / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH MIX,4 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD
Intake condition INJ SEVERE Intake Date 11/17/2015, From NY 11235, DueOut Date 11/20/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
QAR scan negative mild tartar dehydrated, emaciated very good appetite gave 50cc SQF old punctured wound on rt side of head and neck wound area shaved and cleaned with novalson poss infection on left ear, ears cleaned very dirty coat neutered male 0.5cc pyrantel po activyl NOSF
INTIAL EXAM (11/17/2015)
very good appetite
gave 50cc SQF
old punctured wound on rt side of head and neck
wound area shaved and cleaned with novalson
poss infection on left ear, ears cleaned
very dirty coat
0.5cc pyrantel po
Wounds on neck and rostral to right pinna
Start Amoxi/Clav, LRS, Buprenex
Exam unchanged from 11/17
Add LRS BID 100 ml
S/O: QAR, eating wet food with very good appetite. continues to be dehydrated. appears comfortable and non-painful.
P: continue current treatments
Miley hasn’t had a Behavior Evaluation yet, but his Medical Behavior is Green.
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