SEDONA – A1057854
Safe 12-3-2015 Manhattan
*SAFE* 12/03/15 – A volunteer writes: Although she came to us as a stray, Sedona is a real people kitty. I don’t normally pick cats up when I first meet them, but, Sedona well, insisted. I was petting her, she was purring and snuggling and head butting. Then, she puts her little paws on my shoulder, what else could I do? I held her for a while, which made us both feel so good. Not quite full grown, she is all ready to begin her adult life by sharing her love and happiness. She would be at home in many living situations, how about yours? You can meet her at the Manhattan Center.
SEDONA – A1057854
1Y 1M Female Black DSH 7.3LBS
Age 1 yr.
Eyes: Clear / wnl
Ears: Dirty and cleaned with ear cleansing soln
Nose: Clear / wnl
Teeth: Mild dental staining
Skin: APH / WNL
Hair Coat: WNL
Any injuries: None present
Behavior: friendly behavior during exam
Medication: None — APH
S/O: cage exam during rounds. nasal discharge and sneezing.
P: move to isolation
start doxy 0.8 ml PO SID x 10 days
REWT 6.8 from 7.3
Reaction to assessor: Sedona immediately comes soliciting at the front of the cage.
Reaction to door opening: Sedona remains standing at the front of the cage, relaxed body posture, soliciting attention.
Reaction to touch: Sedona head-butts the assessor’s hand and appreciates petting on the head and body.
Reaction to Being Picked up: She allows the pickup and remains calm.
Placement determination: Beginner
Sedona interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting.
This cat can go to a beginner home.
Calm and affectionate. Stayed in place, and arched into pets.
Sedona was trapped in her finder’s yard. Her finder reports that she would approach her.
Sedona had soft, relaxed body and eyes while we picked her up, held her, scanned her (-), collared her, pet her, and put her in a kennel. On the counter she walked around and looked at the floor. She didn’t resist, retreat, or vocalize.
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