BEAR – A1081287
Gone - 7-19-2016 Brooklyn
*** GONE 07/19/16 *** BEAR PLAYS GENTLY WITH CHILDREN AND ADULTS!! BEAR and housemate PEPPER (now SAFE) were dumped at the ACC for the ever popular Personal Problems excuse…..BEAR is SPAYED and only two years old….She is a little nervous at the shelter but at home she liked ball toys and her cardboard scratching post!! This petite little tuxie is terrific and would be a great addition to a solo or family household!! GIVE BEAR A CHANCE TO LIVE!! Long list again…..BEAR NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT!! If you need assistance, email us at [email protected]
My name is BEAR. My Animal ID # is A1081287. – P
I am a spayed female black and white domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 2 YEARS
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 07/14/2016 from NY 11423, owner surrender reason stated was PERS PROB. I came in with Group/Litter #K16-065619.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
07/16/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 3 C – MAJOR CONDITIONS , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 5.1 LBS.
Activyl 0.5 mls topically Pyrantel 0.5 mls orally
07/14/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
07/14/16 18:27 BASIC INFO Pepper A1081286 and Bear A1081287 are domestic shorthair cats. They were both gifts to the owner from friends, Pepper 4 years ago, and Bear 2 years ago. Pepper does not have any health concerns. Bear was born with an eye that is always discharging. SOCIALIZATION They both do greet people when they come into the home. They have never lived with any children, but when children visit, Pepper does not like them and swats at them and hides. Pepper does not play with anyone. Bear plays gentle with adults and children. Pepper and Bear co-existed in the home according to the owner. They would be fine or they would end up hissing at each other. They have never scratched or bitten anyone. BEHAVIOR The only behavior issue that Pepper has is that she scratches on furniture. They ride quietly in a car. They do allow you to pick them up and carry them. they also allow you to place them in a carrier. FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW Pepper is best described as very independent, and affectionate. Bear is friendly and affectionate. They both have a high activity level. When home, they follow you around. They enjoy ball toys. They both have been kept indoors. They sleep anywhere in the home. They are fed any dry food. Both cats are litter box trained and use a hooded box with Fresh Step cat litter. Pepper uses furniture to scratch on and Bear uses a cardboard scratching post. BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE Both allowed handling, collaring and photos.
No Web Memo
07/17/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
As per previous owner, Bear does greet people when they come into the home. Bear has never lived with any children. Bear plays gentle with adults and children. Bear lived with another cat in the home. Sometimes they would be fine or they would end up hissing at each other. Bear is described as friendly and affectionate. Bear has a high activity level. Please note that Bear is being treated for an upper respiratory infection at the time of the behavior assessment. This condition may affect some of the behaviors shown during evaluation. Reaction to assessor: Bear looks at the assessor nervously with wide eyes When spoken quietly: Bear continues to look at the assessor Reaction to door cage opening: Bear remains motionless Reaction to touch: Bear allows petting with a slow approach Try picking cat up: Bear is tolerant of this type of handling but tense. Behavior Determination: Experience At the time of the assessment Bear was displaying timid behavior; does not seek attention from the assessor and becomes alert when the kennel was open. Remains motionless as I started to get closer but after a steady slow approach using soft voices she relaxed a little. I was able to pet her and interact with her in a limited way. I was also able to pick her up and although she was tense no fractious behavior was display. We recommend that this cat go to a home with experienced cat parents.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
07/16/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 3 C – MAJOR CONDITIONS , behavior rating was NONE
Scan Negative BARH S ~ 2 year old Behavior- shy, hides at the back of the cage but allows petting and will let you pick her up. allows all handling and cooperative on the table. EEN- OS: moderate yellow/green mucoid discharge; significant symblepharon/conjunctival overgrowth covering cornea – unable to visualize beyond cornea; excess neovascularization present; globe mishapen. Eryth. ointment applied. OD: WNL Moderate serous nasal discharge at left nare. ears dirty cleaned with otic solution nose clear. oral – mild dental staining, no oral ulcers coat clean with no fleas or flea dirt present upon exam. H/L auscult normally A: Mild URI with conjunctivitis and chronic ocular abnormalities/keratitis OS P: Move to isolation Erythromycin OS BID x 7 days Begin doxy 5 ml PO SID x 10 days Reco placement for full ocular work up Prognosis good with treatment. Left eye may be non-visual permanently. Recheck URI 5 days
CAME IN WITH:
PEPPER – A1081286 http://nyccats.urgentpodr.org/pepper/
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