SPEEDY – A1053324
Safe 10-1-2015 Manhattan
*SAFE* 10/1/15 – SPEEDY WILL MAKE YOUR HEART RACE! MUST FIND LOCAL PLACEMENT BY 3PM TODAY!
A1053324 – SPEEDY 3W MALE BLACK DSH
Scan negative for microchip
Possibly hypothermic–came in feeling cold and weak
Is eating on own but was force fed as well
Is given heat support
Unable to stand. Either falls or stays in place
Nutrical was given
Is underage and underweight
Will be kept in medical and observe through out the night. If symptoms get worse the on call Dr. will be notified and a new plan of action will be discussed
L eye closed – cleaned – cloudy cornea but should be visual with treatment – eyrthro BID 10 d
warming on heating pad
parvo neg – O/N done
A: Eats on own but will need syringe feedings for supplimentation, weak , hypothermic, corneal edema/ulceer/conjunctivitis
P:Erytho OS BID 10 d
Eating gruel on own and via syringe feeding plus – nutrical TID
NH placement – Poor Px – better with consistent nursing care
10/1 O/N Parvo test=Negative
Possibly hypothermic–came in feeling cold and we
Stray, no profile. 3 month old kitten allows handling.
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