CHANEL – A1078750
Safe - 7-29-2016 Brooklyn
SAFE 7/29/16 Chanel loves to say hello when you pass by her kennel and appreciates attention. She might do best in home where she’s the only cat, but she loves her people!
CHANEL – A1078750
SPAYED FEMALE, BLK TABBY / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH,8 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, HOLD RELEASED
Reason NO TIME
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 06/24/2016, From NY 11221, DueOut Date 06/24/2016,
S/O: Vet check to monitor appetite and for diarrhea
Empty food dishes, formed stool in cage, no V/D in cage
A/P: No V, good appetite
No tx at this time
BARH- tolerated all handling; tense during exam; hissed once
8 yrs old by owners records
Eyes, ears and nose- clean and clear
Teeth- mild staining seen
Clean coat but patch of fur missing; looks like a bad shave job.
No parsites or fleas seen
As per previous owner, Around strangers she is friendly and gentle when playing. She has spent time with children of all ages. She is gentle and affectionate to all. Chanel behavior is unknown with other cats or dogs. Chanel is described as being friendly and affectionate with a medium activity level.
Reaction to assessor: Chanel does not come to front but looks at you relaxed and friendly
When spoken quietly: Chanel comes to the front of cage soliciting attention
Reaction to door cage opening: Chanel remains soft and relaxed
Reaction to touch: Chanel solicits petting and attention
Reaction to other cats: Chanel hisses when she sees another cat
Try picking cat up: Chanel is tolerant of this type of handling
Behavior Determination: Average
At the time of the assessment Chanel was displaying friendly behavior, comes to the front of the kennel, interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. When Chanel sees another cat she starts to hisses but allows all handling. Chanel is displaying behavior appropriate for a new or experienced cat owner.
Chanel is an 8 year old cat. She was given to owner from previous owner and has been in their care for a year. She is being surrendered into our center due to owner not having time. There are no known health injuries or concerns.
Around strangers she is friendly and is gentle when playing. She has spent time with children of all ages and is gentle and affectionate. Behavior is unknown with other cats or dogs. There is known history of her biting another animal or person.
Behavior is good. She has had litter box accidents a few times a month and she is pooping outside of the box. This has been occurring for 1 to 3 years and no vet was seen for the issue. The issue could be occurring due to separation anxiety due to previous owner passing away; when Chanel eats wet can food she also have accidents also occur. When getting bathed she is afraid, she has never had her nails trimmed and will also struggle when coat is being brushed. She enjoys being picked up and held and isn’t bothered when being placed in a carrier.
Chanel is described as being friendly and affectionate with a medium activity level that would be best in a home with an older individual. She loves to sit on your lap and chase around the laser pointer. When home she will follow you around, sit on you or be in his favorite spot. He also likes string toys. She sleeps on her bed and eats both wet and dry Fancy Feast at least 2 times a day. She is litter boxed trained using a hooded box with clumping litter. She uses a scratching post made of carpet, cardboard and wood with bark.
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