SANTA FE – A1055768
Safe 10-28-2015 Brooklyn
*SAFE 10/28/15 * Santa Fe, a 9 week old kitten was brought to the Care Center as a stray. He appears to be tense in his cage, however, he purrs while petting and lifts his butt up when pet on his lower back. Santa Fe would do well in a new or experienced home- do you have tumbleweeds for him to play with?
Won’t you come to Santa Fe? @BACC
Santa Fe A1055768
9 weeks old, Male, Domestic Short Hair, Brown Tabby, Stray, 2.0 LBS
APPROX. 2 MOS. OLD
BAR – VERY FEARFUL, BUT ABLE TO BE HANDLED
GAVE 0.46 ML PANACUR
GAVE 0.2 ML PONAZURIL
S/O: Kitten is QAR, several areas of diarrhea in litter box, diarrhea or vomit on blanket; Parvo Test Neg.
A: Kitten has received Ponazuril and is on Panacur; diarrhea may be the result of body getting rid of intestinal parasites
P: Continue to monitor
VC: Recheck diarrhea
S/O: Kitten is BAR, APP ++. Soft stool and diarrhea present in litter box, round worms present in diarrhea.
P: Extending panacur x 3 days and recheck.
Santa Fe was brought in as a stray, so we cannot speak to his behavior in his previous home. He was nervous upon intake due to the new environment, but allowed handling during the intake process and during the initial medical exam.
Reaction to assessor: Santa Fe was calm and relaxed by the front.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Santa Fe looks at the assessor with relaxed eyes.
Reaction to cage door opening: Sante Fe remains soft and relaxed.
Reaction to touch: Santa Fe was a bit hesitant, but remains in place, leans on the assessor’s hand, begins to purr, and lifts his butt up when pet on his lower back area.
Reaction to pick up: Santa Fe remains calm and allows handling.
Placement Determination: Average Home
Santa Fe interacts with the observer, appreciates attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat is showing behavior appropriate for new or experienced cat parents.
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