SHORTY – A0556650
Safe 10-3-2015 Brooklyn
*SAFE 10/3/15 * SHORTY was adopted from the ACC many years ago. Sadly she was surrendered to the one place she would hope to never see again. Please make this sweet older kitty part of your family before she is put onto the kill list.
SHORTY – A0556650
SPAYED FEMALE, CALICO, DOMESTIC SH,12 yrs
OWNER SUR – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD FOR ID Reason PERS PROB
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 09/04/2015, From NY 11220, DueOut Date 09/12/2015,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary S/O: Appearance: BARH Integument: Appropriate hair coat, normal nails, caudal dorsal sacral area erythematous with flea dirt EENT: OU clear, AU clean, stertorous breathing sounds Oral cavity: MM pink, CRT <2sec, G3 ddz PLN: WNL H/L:G3 systolic murmur HR120, Lungs clear ABD: Soft non painful, U/G: F M/S: Amb x 4 BCS: 8/9 Neuro: NSF A: 1) heart murmur 2) flea allergy dermatis 3) stertor r/o chronic rhinitis v URI P: tx with activyl and doxycycline trial for 10 days
Integument: Appropriate hair coat, normal nails, caudal dorsal sacral area erythematous with flea dirt
EENT: OU clear, AU clean, stertorous breathing sounds
Oral cavity: MM pink, CRT <2sec, G3 ddz
H/L:G3 systolic murmur HR120, Lungs clear
ABD: Soft non painful,
M/S: Amb x 4
A: 1) heart murmur 2) flea allergy dermatis 3) stertor r/o chronic rhinitis v URI
P: tx with activyl and doxycycline trial for 10 days
BAR, NO VDCS, APP ++
Reaction to Assessor: Shorty was calm, relaxed, and friendly upon approach.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Shorty looks at the assessor with relaxed eyes.
Reaction to cage door opening: Shorty remains soft and relaxed.
Reaction to touch: Shorty was a bit hesitant, but warms up and leans on the assessor. She head-butts, begins to purr, and starts to knead.
Reaction to being picked up: Shorty remains calm and allows handling.
Placement Determination: Average
Shorty 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.
Upon intake Shorty was nervous and attempt to flee multiple times. Shorty didn’t want to look at the camera for decent photo. She scanned positive for a microchip and allowed handling when approached slowly. Owner stated Shorty hides majority of the time and doesn’t play.
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