COCONUT – A1098563
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CUTE LITTLE COCONUT WAS RETURNED FROM ADOPTION FOR DIARRHEA – CAT HAS WORMS – BEING TREATED AND NOW NEEDS NEW HOME!
STATEN ISLAND CENTER
COCONUT – A1098563
NEUTERED MALE, WHITE / BROWN, DOMESTIC SH MIX,5 mos
RETURN – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD RELEASED Reason PET HEALTH
Intake condition ILLNESS Intake Date 12/15/2016, From NY 10306, DueOut Date 12/15/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary S: initial exam; returned by adopter for diarrhea; liquid brown diarrhea seen in carrier and on hindend O: BAR mm’s pink, moist deciduous teeth; no nasal discharge OU-clear small scab at right side of face no murmur, regular rhyhtm lungs clear and eupneic abdomen- snp rice-like worms seen at hindend MN; perianal area- erythematous microchip scan: positive 981020021125156 A: diarrhea- R/O infectious vs dietery a vs other tapeworms seen P: parvocite snap: negative cleaned hindend gave droncit 0.2 mls SQ start panacur 90 mg PO SID x 5 days
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