BROOKLYN -7813 aka A1126575
Urgent - Brooklyn
HAS A URI AND NEEDS IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT! BROOKLYN is a 5 year old neutered boy who was dumped for a “child conflict”. This kitty looks so sad – but you can change that by adopting him today! He is friendly and vocal!!
BROOKLYN – 7813 aka A1126575
NEUTERED MALE, WHITE / GRAY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,5 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason CHILDCONFL
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 09/25/2017, From NY 11210, DueOut Date 09/25/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary DVM Intake Exam Estimated age: approx 5 years Microchip noted on Intake? No History : Presents as owner surrender- allows all handling- vocal. Evidence of Cruelty seen – No Evidence of Trauma seen – No Objective P = 180 R = WNL BCS 7/9 EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal discharge noted Oral Exam: Mild tartar, MM pink and moist PLN: No enlargements noted H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated U/G: Neutered male MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities Assessment Overweight Plan: No medications necessary at this time. Recommend weight loss Prognosis: Excellent
Brooklyn is a 5 year old unaltered male white and gray DSH; he came to the home when he was a kitten and was surrender due to Child conflict. He has no known health issues or injures and has no vet history.
Around strangers Brooklyn is a shy for a few minutes and mostly keeps to himself. When Brooklyn is around the 3 and 7 year old children in the home he hisses and runaway. He has lived with a fog and two cats before and at first he hissed at them but later relaxed and was gentle. Brooklyn has no bite history.
Brooklyn likes to scratch on the couch or carpet and cries during car rides. Brooklyn isn’t bothered with being held and cries while he is in the carrier. Brooklyn is described as shy, friendly, independent with a high activity level. He follows the family around the home and plays with string, wand and chasing toys. Brooklyn is feed dry food twice a day and is litter-box trained. He uses a hooded box with Crystal litter and has a vertical scratching post made of carpet.
Upon intake Brooklyn was stress meowing while in the carrier, once talking out he relaxed and allowed the counselor to collar and take a photo.
Previously lived with: Adults and young children (3 & 7yrs. old)
Behavior toward strangers: Shy for a few minutes and mostly keeps to herself
Behavior toward children: Fearful
Behavior toward cats: Lived with 2 other cats and was relaxed and gentle
Behavior toward dogs: Unknown
Bite or Scratch history: None
Litter box training: Yes
Energy level/descriptors: Shy, friendly, independent with a high activity level.
Other notes: He follows the family around the home and plays with string, wand and chasing toys.
Allows all handling- vocal.
At front of kennel, head-butting kennel door. Allows petting along head and body while leaning in with a raised tail. Allows all petting – doing well after first day!
Cage Condition: Cage is neat
Reaction to assessor: Brooklyn was relaxed and lying down near the back of the kennel.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Brooklyn perks up then comes forward and rubs up against the cage door.
Reaction to cage door opening: Brooklyn lip licks then steps back.
Reaction to touch: Brooklyn leans forward to sniff the assessor, then gently nudges his hand and solicits attention. His tail quivers, gives head butts and allows petting all over his body.
Reaction to being picked up: Brooklyn remains calm and allows petting all over his body.
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Moderate
CHARACTER TYPE: Calm, Sweet
No young children
BEHAVIOR SUMMARY: Average
Brooklyn interacts with the observer and appreciates attention, but is fearful and hides around children. His behavior remains suitable for an adopter with an average amount of experience, provided the adopter is aware of these behaviors and is able to comfortably manage them. Though we believe this cat is displaying behaviors appropriate for new or experienced cat parents, he may not be a great fit for young children. Any home with older children prepared to adopt this cat should conduct a thorough interaction and endeavor to monitor this cat around their children to prevent these behaviors from being reinforced.
Vet Notes: 1:45 PM
S/O: Noted to be drooling by volunteer 10/1. On 10/2 he was sneezing with audible congestion. QAR in cage. No c/v/d. Good appetite
EENT: No ocular or nasal d/c
L: Sneezing, no coughing, audible congestion
Move to iso
Start doxycycline 10mg/kg PO SID x10d
Rec weight loss
Recheck day 5, 10
Vet Notes: 1:43 PM
BS new URI
Vet Notes: 2:07 PM
S/O: Noted to be drooling by volunteer. On cage side exam had tongue stuck out but was breathing comfortably with no hypersalivation. No c/s/v/d. BAR.
EENT: No ocular or nasal d/c
L: No c/s
P: Monitor for URI tomorrow
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: approx 5 years
Microchip noted on Intake? No
History : Presents as owner surrender- allows all handling- vocal.
Evidence of Cruelty seen – No
Evidence of Trauma seen – No
P = 180 R = WNL BCS 7/9
EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal discharge noted
Oral Exam: Mild tartar, MM pink and moist
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
U/G: Neutered male
MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat
CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Plan: No medications necessary at this time. Recommend weight loss
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