PUSHOK – A1041982
Safe 10-11-2015 Brooklyn
SAFE 10/11/15 LONG TIME RESIDENT SINCE JUNE *SPECIAL PLEA* 07/06/15 & 08/17/15- & 09/03/15 & 9/30/15 **A volunteer writes: Pushok is OK. He solicits attention without being pushy. He is a friendly gray tabby with many admirers at the shelter. Puskok is a friendly cat who would like to befriend you. Please come in and make his acquaintance; you’ll be glad you did.
PUSHOK – A1041982
NEUTERED MALE, GRAY TABBY, DOMESTIC SH,2 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PET HEALTH
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 06/29/2015, From NY 11230, DueOut Date 06/29/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary scan negative neutered male weight: 11.5lbs bright eyes clean ears – em negative clean coat – flea negative clean teeth overall body condition is good reported to be blocked – informed 0962 QARH NOSF
Pushok is an altered 2 year old gray tabby with short fur. He was found as a stray kitten and is being surrendered because of the cost of the cat’s health issues. Pushok has been treated on and off for bloackage for about a year, the vet is now recoomending surgrey. He
Social Life and Personlity:
Pushok as lived with 1 adult. He has not been socialized with with children, cats, or dogs to know his behaviors with them. She is litte rbox trained and doesnot have accidents outside the litter box. He ha sbeen kept indoors and has a medium activiy.
Pushok has not recieved a bath or have his nails trimmed to know his behavior. He enjoys being brushed and held. He struggles going into the carrier. He has never bitten a person or another animal.
For a New Family to Know:
Puskok is used to clumping litter inside an uncovered litter box. He likes to play with stuffed toys. He scratches on a vertical cat post made out of carpet. He is ued to eatingn wet and dry food. He likes to sleep in bed.
Pushok did not want to come out of the carrier. The carrier was lifted gently forward and he walked out on his own. Pushok had a tense body but allowed handling. He sat still on the counter for photos. He did not show aggressive behaviors.
Pushok has been treated for blockages on and off for about a year. The first time he was treated, he was healthy for 6 months, then 3 months after that, and now it comes back every month. The vet said that he needs surgrey.
Has vaccine records in kennel packet.
S/O; PATIENT REPORTED TO BE BLOCKED, HOWEVER MEMO ONLY STATES HISTORY OF BEING BLOCKED
ON ABDOMINAL PALPATION, SMALL, SOFT BLADDER PALPATED
SMALL, FIRM MASS PRESENT IN CAUDAL VENTRAL ABDOMEN – POSS. STONE
WHEN MASS WOULD BE PALPATED, BLOOD TINGED DISCHARGE (PRESUMABLY URINE) WOULD OOZE OUT.
VERY COOPERATIVE FOR EXAM AND TOLERABLE OF HANDLING
H/L = WNL
HYDRATION = ADEQUATE
LATERAL RADIOGRAPH TAKEN – NO OBVIOUS OPACITIES INDICATING STONES
A: POSS. BLADDER STONES
P: FEED SOFT FOOD ONLY
START COURSE OF CLAVAMOX – 1.7 ML O BID X 10 DAYS
PROPHYLACTIC COURSE OF DOXY – 1.1 ML PO SID X 10DAYS
A volunteer writes: Pushok is OK. He solicits attention without being pushy. He is a friendly gray tabby with many admirers at the shelter. Puskok is a friendly cat who would like to befriend you. Please come in and make his acquaintance; you’ll be glad you did.
A volunteer writes: Pushok solicits attention without being pushy. He is a friendly gray tabby with many admirers at the shelter. Puskok is a friendly cat who would like to befriend you. Please come in and make his acquaintance; you’ll be glad you did.
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