BINKY – A1112346
Safe - 5-18-2017 Manhattan
SAFE 5/18/17 Meet Binky: This tiny cutie is figuring out how to eat on her own! She was seen to be eating wet kitten food but we recommend keeping an eye on her to ensure she keeps up her healthy appetite! She may need KMR or hand feeding to ensure she’s eating enough. Please help this itty bitty kitty today!
BINKY – A1112346 2W GRAY TABBY DSH F
STRAY INTAKE: 5/18/2017
Initial Exam (5/18/17)
BAR, friendly, drank a little KMR and ate some kitten food, tried suckling
Eyes open, clear OU/AU, nndc
OP clean deciduous dentition
H/L reg, no obvious murmur, ssp, lungs clear/eupenic
MSK amb x 4
Integ no ectoparasites noted, wnl
Neuro alert and appropriate, looked like maybe had mild intention tremor when went to eat, very mild hard to say for sure, otherwise seems neurologically wnl
+/- intention tremor-needs to be re-evaluated
P:Was dewormed -pyrantel and ponazuril
Place in nursery
Ideally place with foster or kitten group
Seems to be eating kitten food, monitor appetite-may need KMR or hand/bottle feeding
First set of vaccines when 6 weeks of age, in 4 weeks
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