NINJA – A1056934
Safe 12-2-2015 Brooklyn
Ninja came to the Care Center as a stray. Ninja is tense with handling, and is showing nervous behavior. He would do best in an experienced home without children.
Ninja will steal your heart @ BACC
Ninja A1056934- 4 months old, Neutered, Domestic Short Hair, Black, Stray, 4.1 pounds
Microchip: scan negative
Sex: intact male
Age: 3 months old
Skin: wnl, no fleas seen
Hair Coat: well groomed
Any injuries: none seen
Behavior: friendly, allowed all handling
Exam & surgery performed by Dr. 1173
Anesthesia – .05_mL Telazol induction.
Sx. – Routine scrotal castration. No sutures placed, incisions left open to drain. Green linear tattoo placed on ventral abdomen.
.10mL metacam injectable and .04 mL Hydromorphone for pain management.
Reaction to assessor: Ninja does not come to front but remains neutral
When spoken quietly: Ninja does not come to front but remains neutral
Reaction to door cage opening: Ninja retreats
Reaction to touch: Ninja hisses and retreats when attempted to touch
Try picking cat up: Ninja allows being picked up but remains tense.
Behavior Determination: Experience No Child
At the time of the assessment Ninja 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 him and interact with him even with him hisses. I was also able to pick him up. We recommend that ninja goes to a home with experienced cat parents with no children.
Ninja is an all black male 3 month old kitten that came in as a stray. Finder was unable to stay to receive counseling, therefore no further information was given. Upon intake, Ninja displayed signs of nervousness. He allowed his self to be pet but hissed when I attempted to remove him from the carrier. He also retrieved to the back of the carrier. He was not handled or collard and was photographed inside the carrier.
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