BRANDY – A1106461
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SAFE 3/19/17 OWNER DUMPED HIS 17 YEAR OLD CAT FOR “NO TIME”???!!! IF YOU LOVE BIG ORANGE KITTIES, BRANDY IS 19 LBS AND WAITING TO BE ADOPTED TO A SPECIAL PURRSON WHO WILL GIVE HIM TIME!!
BRANDY – A1106461
NEUTERED MALE, ORG TABBY / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH MIX,17 yrs
OWNER SUR – AVAILABLE, NO HOLD Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 03/18/2017, From NY 10457, DueOut Date 03/18/2017
DVM Intake Exam Findings
History :Owner surrender
Subjective NM 17 yo Fel DSH
Observed Behavior – Calm and friendly
Evidence of Cruelty seen – None
Evidence of Trauma seen – None
T = WNL P =220 R =32 BCS 7/9
EENT: OU clear, AU clean, no nasal discharge noted
Oral Exam: Moderate dental tartar, missing some teeth (possible reabsorbed)
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
U/G: Intact /Neutered/Spayed fe-male
MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat,
CNS: Mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Rectal: Not performed
3.- Periodontal disease grade 2-3
Medical Behavior Status: Green/Friendly
Medical Status: Treat/Manag
Asilomar Status: 3NC
– Wt: 19.0 lb
– FIV/FeLV snap test (negative)
– FVRCP SQ RFL
– Rabies SQ RHL
– Flea prevention treatment
– Microchip place:981020021135791
-Monitor food intake, diet managment
-Recommend a dental prophylaxis
Basic Information: Brandy is a 17 years old neutered male orange tabby domestic short hair cat. He was adopted from the ASPCA when he was just a kitten. His previous owner had to move outside of the state and could not bring him along.
Socialization: He was very friendly around strangers. He spent time with a child of the age of 2 and he was very respectful. He played gently with adults and children. He had a twin brother cat who he outlived. He was also very tolerant of the two dogs that lived with him. He has no known bite history.
Behavior: Brandy meows too much. He meows in car rides and will do fine as long as she is talked to. He truly dislikes bathing. He tolerates his nails trimmed. He enjoys hair brushes and being picked up. He was not bothered when put away in the carrier.
For a New Family to Know: He was described as a very friendly, affectionate, and playful cat. He is also a hunter and will hunt down rodents. His activity is high for his age. The previous owner favorite thing about him was how affectionate he was. Playing was the thing he enjoyed the most. He would follow you around the home and be in the same room as you. His favorite toys were balls, stuffed toys, catnip toys and he also played with some of the dog toys. He was kept mostly indoors. He slept in the bed he grew up in. He is very litter box trained and enjoyed clumping litter the most. He had multiple scratching post one vertical and another one that double as a carpet made of rubber.
Behavior during intake: He was very quiet. He was tolerant to all handling and allowed collaring. His ears were erect and eyes did not dilate.
WEIGHT – 19 lbs.
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