AMBER – 22441
Safe - 3-13-2018 Brooklyn
SAFE 3/13/18 Amber is a gray and white, female (unaltered) that is 1 years old, DSH cat. Owner found Amber a stray kitten with her sibling. The owner is surrendering Amber due to personal problems.
Amber 22441 – 1 ½ yr female gray/white, OS:
Next Test Date:
Low body posture in litter box. She lifts her head up to make eye contact, ears tilted forward. Eyes widen, scans surroundings. Warms up with attention. Shy, just needs some time to adjust.
Origin AddressIs this cat having litter box issues?NoIf yes, Please elaborate:No litter box issues.
Basic Information:Amber is a gray and white, female (unaltered) that is 1 years old, DSH cat. Owner found Amber a stray kitten with her sibling. The owner is surrendering Amber due to personal problems.
Previously lived with:1 adult
How is this cat around strangers?Amber hides when people enter the house. She hides in the bedroom or under the bed. She keeps her distance until the stranger leave. Amber takes a few days or weeks to warm up to people.
How is this cat around children?Amber has never lived with children. Behavior around children is unknown.
How is this cat around other cats?Amber has lived with one male cat. She enjoys his company and they play. They lounge together in the home.
How is this cat around dogs?Never been around dogs. Behavior is unknown around dogs.
Behavior NotesAmber is fearful and struggles away when trimming her nail, brushing her coat and receiving baths. She always use her litter box that she share with another cat. She sometimes scratches the wooden furniture in the house.
Bite history:Never had a bite history or scratch history.
Energy level/descriptors:medium level
Has this cat ever had any medical issues?NoMedical NotesNo medical issues.
For a New Family to KnowAmber is described by her owner as fearful, shy but affectionate when she gets to knows. The Amber keeps to herself but is very close to the owner. She purrs when petted and likes to cuddle. She enjoys a diet of dry and wet cat food.
Behavior Notes:Amber body appeared tense and crouched down. She backed away when opening the cat carrier. Counselor reached out to take her out the carrier. She allowed to be gentle and slowly pet. Amber sniffed her surrounding but attempted to hide back into the carrier. Amber allowed to be collard, scanned and photographed.
Vet Notes: 3:29 PM
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: ~1-2yr
Microchip noted on Intake? no
History : owner surrender
Observed Behavior – Slightly tense, allows all handling
Evidence of Cruelty seen – no
Evidence of Trauma seen – no
P = WNL
R = WNL
EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal or ocular discharge noted
Oral Exam: Teeth clean, pink mm
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat
CNS: Mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Assessment: Apparently healthy
Plan: Continue to monitor while at BACC
Okay for surgery
L V T Notes: 11:17 AM
[LVT Intake Exam]
Microchip Scan: Negative
Evidence of Cruelty: None
Observed Behavior: Friendly, tolerated all handling,
Estimated Age: 1yr 5mths
Subjective: describe how he animal is presenting and any known history — Amber was surrendered by the owner.
Eyes: Clear, no discharge
Oral Exam: NSF
Lungs: Clear, eupneic
Abdomen: Little tense, distended, grape sized hard structure palpable at the cranial part of abdomen.
Musculoskeletal: WNL, NSF
Preliminary Assessment: BARH
Plan: DVM intakes.
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