BRUNO – A1100918
Safe - 1-3-2017 Brooklyn
CAT PLACEMENT & VET CARE NEEDED TODAY! Here @ BACC Meet BRUNO!
**If we cannot confirm placement today then BRUNO will need to be included in the offsite cat quarantine.
We can have these cats vaccinated and combo tested if needed, but they need to leave today Mon. Jan. 2.**
BRUNO -A1100918 – Stray, 5 Years Old, Male, Gray/White DSH, 10.4 lbs.
~5yrs, male intact
S/O: QAR. Moderately dehydrated. Ate most of wet food offered. Allowed all handling. BCS 2/5
EENT: Mild dental tartar, lingual ulcers at rostral tongue, eyes clear, mild blepharospasm, no ocular discharge, serous nasal discharge, ears wnl
H/L: Normal thoracic auscultation
ABD: Normal abdominal palpation
INTEG: Dirty hair coat, wounds and minor sloughing of paw pads on all limbs, superficial wounds/abrasions at lateral carpuses
MS: Ambulatory x 4, paws painful, thin BCS
UG: Intact male
A: Underweight, dehydrated, lingual ulcers, wounds — likely walked through caustic substance vs other
P: Convenia 0.45ml SQ, buprenex SR 0.27ml SQ and LRS 100ml SQ given by LVT, wounds cleaned with nolvasan by LVT. NH seeking placement. Good prognosis with appropriate wound management and supportive care.
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