ASHTON – A1102351
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Ashton is a sweet, adorable young kitty who’s a little stressed here in the shelter environment. She doesn’t seem to like eating with an audience, and she’s slow to open up to new people, but everyone who meets her knows her potential to be a happy, loving girl in a forever home! She allows all petting, and you can almost see her start to close her eyes to enjoy some gentle cheek rubs, but she definitely needs some time to adjust in the perfect home.
ASHTON – A1102351
FEMALE, GRAY TABBY, DOMESTIC SH,1 yr
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason OWNER HOSP
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 01/27/2017, From NY 11421, DueOut Date 01/27/2017, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-084851.
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Scan : Negative Housed with A1102349 (who is FIV +) and A1102350 Sex: Female – shaved and no spay scar seen. Approx 1 yo – based on size/ appearance. S) Allows handling but a little tense. Mild dehydration. O) MM pk. EENT: Eyes clr. Mild brown discharge AU. NND. Oral: missing most incisors, canines present, marked tartar on molars, marked halitosis and focal areas of gingivitis, some resorptive lesions. MSI: BCS = 4/9. Ambx 4. Good haircoat. No fleas/ wounds seen. CV: HR= 184, NSR, NM. L: clr bilat and eup. Abd: SNP, NMP. UG: intact female A) 1 yo F intact DSH. Dental dz – r/o calici (housed in multi-cat household. A1102349 and 2350 have ddz also) vs nutritional vs other P) Ears cleaned. SQF 75 cc. Pen G 0.5 cc – for oral dz. Clindamycin 25 mg/ ml 2 cc po sid x 10 d. Monitor app. Re- check in 2 days – hydration and app. Temporary waiver for spay due to ddz/ calici. Currently not approved for sx. PROGNOSIS: GOOD
Doesn’t look like she ate anything overnight. Offered several types of food, she sniffs the grub but doesn’t eat; will check back. Nervous, hiding at back of cage, trying to be invisible, wide-eyed. Slow blinks when talked to softly, really adorable girl. Allows pettting all over, lip licks a bit, doesn’t move from spot at back of kennel. Needs time to adjust. Sprayed a little Feliway and offered some chicken (sniffed, didn’t eat). UPDATE: She ate wet food (both Friskies pate and “meaty bits” and the chicken I left). Arrived from same home as Jewel -49, and Alex, -50, all separated.
O: QARH. mm=bright pink, moist, CRT<2 s. Excellent appetite – has consumed all canned food.
ORAL: Mod. gingivitis, calculus, with resorptive lesions maxillary 3rd premolars. No oral ulcers visible, no drooling.
EENT: No oculonasal discharge, no sneezing.
H/L: HR=200, RR=24. Lungs clear, no murmurs/arrhythmias.
ABD: palpation WNL.
INTEG: Normal skin turgor.
A: Euhydrated. Dental disease with FORLs. Given degree of dental disease, suspect cat is older than 1 year – age est 6 years.
P: Continue current therapy. Continue to offer canned food.
Will need dental cleaning, rads, and extractions when placed.
Excellent prognosis with appropriate therapy.
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