ALEXANDER – A1104003
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ALEXANDER – A1104003
MALE, BRN TABBY / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH MIX,4 yrs
STRAY – AVAILABLE, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 02/17/2017, From NY 11208, DueOut Date 02/20/2017,
Upon intake Alexander was relaxed and friendly, he came out of the carrier without issue. He allowed the counselor to hold him and collar. However he did struggle to go back in the carrier ,but he went in when food was placed in the carrier.
In iso for URI care, in rough shape, needs some XTLC. Still, appreciates attention, allowed petting all over. Has a good appetite, devoured some tuna I offered.
ACO noted diarrhea this AM.
O: BAR. Resting, but got up for attention when talked to. Eating/drinking well. No vomiting, but watery brown diarrhea in litterbox.
EENT: Mild serous ocular and nasal discharge, congestion.
A: Diarrhea – r/o due to Doxycyline, dietary intolerance.
P: Start Metronidazole 100 mg/ml 1 ml PO q 24 hours x 5 days.
Recheck face, activity level.
O: BAR. Social, eating/drinking very well. Ate all food with medication this AM, and readily accepted a fresh bowl of food.
EENT: Slight serous ocular discharge. Mild serous nasal discharge.
INTEG: Multiple scabs on head, pinnae, with thickened SQ tissue. No fluctuant areas or purulent discharge, not painful on palpation. Skin turgor WNL.
A: Wounds, URI. Appetie and energy level improved.
P: Continue current therapy.
Staff concerned about cat appearing dull
S/O: QAR. ~5% dehydrated. Allows all handling. Appetite OK. BCS 4/9
EENT: Mild dental tartar/gingivitis, eyes clear, slightly sunken, mild conjunctiviits, mucoid ocular discharge, mild mucoid nasal discharge, dark brown flakey debris AU
INTEG: Several old healing wounds at left side of face near base of ear with large amount of scar tissue underneath, started bleeding slightly with cleaning away matting and scabs, no purulent discharge
A: Old wounds, URI, conjunctivitis
P: Moving to isolation, adding doxycycline 1.1ml po q24 x 10 days, LRS 100ml sq q24 x 3 days and terramycin OU q24 x 10 days. Continue to monitor while at BACC. Excellent prognosis
intact male approx 4 years old
allows all handling
wound on face and ears typical for outdoor tomcat
ear look clean but will treat for mites just in case
one missing canine, teeth clean
will treat with convenia and ivermectin
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