ASHA – A1062204
Gone - 1-9-2016 Brooklyn
**GONE 01/09/16** ASHA IS AN INDEPENDENT LADY WHO WAS DUMPED FOR ALLERGIES – SHE IS PERFECTLY HEALTHY BUT WILL DIE BECAUSE SHE IS NOT HAPPY AND NIPPED ON HER ASSESSMENT!! Well how would you feel if you were dumped by the only person you trusted? Pretty ticked right? Well ASHA is a 7 year old girl who all of a sudden seems to be the cause of allergies in a home. Her ex owner said she has never been around other animals and doesn’t like children. She was said to meow a lot and is talkative. If you notice she is not spayed – female cats become very vocal when they are in heat and looking for male cat attention – do you think maybe if he had spayed his cat this may not be an issue? Seriously, some owners have no clue on cat health or behavior. Sadly, ASHA is now facing death even though she is HEALTHY!! If you have the time and patience to give ASHA a chance to regroup and have a new home, get spayed, and settle down, maybe you can offer to foster or adopt her tonight. She has only one chance to escape the ACC’s euth tech and that is YOU!! CONTACT A RESCUE NOW TO GET ASHA TO SAFETY!!
My name is ASHA. My Animal ID # is A1062204. – P
I am a female white and black domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 7 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 01/04/2016 from NY 11226, owner surrender reason stated was ALLERGIES.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
01/04/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 12.8 LBS.
01/04/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
01/04/16 13:55 Basic Information: Asha ia a seven year old female black and white domestic shorthair cat. She was surrendered due to a family members allergies and was with her owner since August. She is described as talkative, affectionate and assertive. Personality: Asha has lived with four adults and around children is described as agressive. Owner stated she will hiss and swat at children, they stated she will not engage in play and will generally keep her distance. She has not been around other cats, around dogs she is fearful and owner stated her body will tense and she would stay motionless. She is litterbox trained and has been kept only indoors. Her activity level is described as medium and owner stated she is most active at night. Behavior: Asha cries and meows often in the home, owner stated she is very vocal and likes her presence to be known. She did not have a scratching post at home and clawed at the rug and fabric chairs. While with her owner she was not bathed, had her nails trimmed, or was brushed. She is not bothered when placed in the carrier, but will struggle while in the carrier. For a new family to know: Asha uses crystals litter and a hooded litterbox. She enjoys playing with stuffed toys and her favorite treats are tuna and salmon. When home she tends to stay in her favorite spot, the couch. Owner stated she plays gently and likes to be pet and cuddled with. She eats dry food Friskies brand and is free fed. She usually sleeps in the couch or in her owners bed. Upon intake Asha was very vocal and had a loose body, she allowed all handling. Counselor was able to scan (negative), collar and photograph.
No Web Memo
01/07/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPNOCHILD
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Asha has lived with four adults. Asha does not get along with children. The previous owner stated she will hiss and swat at children. Asha does not engage in play and will generally keep her distance. She has not been around other cats to know her behavior. Around dogs she is fearful. She is litterbox trained and has been kept only indoors. Her activity level is described as medium and the previous owner stated she is most active at night. Reaction to assessor: Asha does not come to front but looks at you calm and relaxed When spoken quietly: Asha comes to the front of cage soliciting attention and rubbing on the cage door Reaction to door cage opening: Asha remains soft and relaxed Reaction to touch: Asha solicits petting and attention but does not like being touched on her tail or lower back. She become irritated then nipped the assessor on the arm as a warning and hissed. Try picking cat up: Did not attempt to pick up Asha Behavior Determination: Experience No Child At the time of the assessment Asha was displaying friendly behavior, comes to the front of the kennel, interacts with the Assessor and solicits attention. Asha does not like being touched or her lower back or tail. Due to this Asha is displaying behavior appropriate for an experience cat owner with no children.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
01/04/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
scan-negative female BARH weight:12.80 lbs ear,eyes and nose is clear clean ears – em negative clean coat – flea negative teeth-mild staining and dental tartar overall body condition is good tense,nervous and Hissed APH ambx4 NOSF gave activyl-1.0cc and pyrantel-1.3 cc in food
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