TIGER LEE – A1054111
Gone 10-17-2015 Manhattan
***GONE 10/17/15***TIGER LEE certainly looks like a little tiger with his gorgeous brown stripes. This 2 year old male was giving to his owner when he was a kitten. Now the owner is giving up this sweetie because of the cost. What a sad situation for TIGER LEE who enjoyed living with his owner and 2 children, ages 5-8. Now this regal tiger cat is in a cage at the shelter on today’s euthanasia list. The owner liked how friendly he was, and if he had just kept poor TIGER LEE, his life wouldn’t be on the line today! He’s described as playful, mellow, confident, assertive. This cutie loves to play and sometimes doesn’t know his own strength, but he’s also gentle and sweet. He is afraid at the shelter (Can you blame him?) and he’d do great at an experienced cat home where he’s allowed to warm up to his surroundings on his own time. This cuddly guy is desperate for a reprieve from a lethal injection. Won’t you be TIGER LEE’s kitty angel today???
My name is TIGER LEE. My Animal ID # is A1054111. – P
I am a neutered male brn tabby domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 10/08/2015 from NY 10019, owner surrender reason stated was COST.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
10/09/2015 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 9.0 LBS.
10/08/2015 PET PROFILE MEMO
10/08/15 10:16 Basic Info: Tiger Lee A1054111 is a 2yr old neutered male brown tabby DSH feline who was given to the owner by a friend as a young kitten and is being surrendered due to cost. Tiger Lee’s last vet visit was in 2014 when he was neutered and vaccinated. The owner believes Tiger Lee has a urinary tract infection but he hasn’t been seen for a veterinarian to confirm. Socialization: Tiger Lee is shy for a few minutes with strangers. He’s lived with children ages 5 & 8yrs old. Tiger Lee is exuberant and somewhat rough with everyone (the kids & adults in the home) during play. He play bites (hasn’t broken skin or bled) and gets very excited. Tiger Lee hasn’t been around other animals. He’s never bitten/scratched out of aggression. Behavior: Tiger Lee doesn’t use his horizontal rough rope scratching post but scratches on the furniture. During car rides he’s calm. Tiger Lee hasn’t been given a bath, been brushed or been disturbed while sleeping/resting. He struggles when being placed into a carrier. Tiger Lee will growl while getting his nails trimmed. Tiger Lee doesn’t always like to be picked up/held. He’ll come to you for affection/attention. For a New Family to Know: Tiger Lee is described as friendly, playful, mellow, confident, assertive & fearful of loud noises with a low-high activity level. The owner likes how friendly he is. Tiger Lee loves to run around the apartment. When the owner is home Tiger Lee follows them around sometimes. He enjoys ball toys, is an indoor only cat who sleeps in either his house cat bed or regular cat bed. Tiger Lee eats dry Iams cat food 3x a day & is given Temptations treats. Tiger Lee is hooded litter box trained. He use to have clumping litter within then it was changed to crystal litter, Intake Behavior: Tiger Lee allowed to be picked up briefly but low growled. He had low body posture and appeared to be nervous/fearful. Tiger Lee allowed to be scanned (-) and taken pictures of on the back drop. When it came time to collar him he retreated and growled so we were unable to.
No Web Memo
10/11/2015 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Tiger Lee’s previous owner states that he is shy around strangers for a few minutes. He has lived with children ages 5-8 and can be exuberant and somewhat rough when playing with both children and adults. He nips and gets very excited, but has not broken skin. He hasn’t been around other animals and has never bitten or scratched out of aggression. He struggles when being placed in a carrier and will growl when getting his nail trimmed. He doesn’t always like to be picked up and held, but will come to you for affection. He was described as friendly, playful, mellow, confident, assertive & fearful of loud noises with a low-high activity level. Reaction to assessor: Tiger Lee was calm and relaxed upon approach. Reaction when softly spoken to: Tiger Lee looks at the assessor with relaxed eyes. Reaction to cage door opening: Tiger Lee becomes alert, but remains calm. Reaction to touch: Tiger Lee slowly backs away and grumbles, but lowers his head and remains immobile when pet. He seems wary of the environment and begins to lip lick. Behavior Determination: Experience Tiger Lee tolerates attention and petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter. He may need time to warm up to his new home. We recommend that this cat go to a home with experienced cat parents. Because the previous owner reports Tiger Lee can get somewhat rough during play and nip, any future home with young children should conduct a thorough interaction.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
10/08/2015 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
scanned neg neutered male appox 2 years old s/o: hissing and growling exam performed wrapped in towel–no striking or bitiing attempted heart and lungs wnl abd not assesses teeth clean a: healthy p: weight is approx activyl applied recc dewormer in food
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