CUPPIE – A1089299
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***SAFE 09/19/16*** FIVE FRIENDS NEED RESCUE TONIGHT AFTER BEING DUMPED BY THEIR OWNER FOR LANDLORD ISSUES!! REXY, RILEY, PANCAKES, PUMPKIN AND CUPPY are five out of six housemates who were dumped in the kill shelter for their owner’s landlord issues. The sixth cat, Reeces, is already SAFE. These five housemates are all wonderful playful friendly pets who are now trapped in the small scary cages in the ACC shelter. Most of them aren’t even sick. Even though their ex owner gave them rave reviews, they are nervous and tense in the ACC and who could blame them. Just look at their faces!! All were said to be good with children and even tolerant of dogs! They were said to be playful, affectionate, and just all around wonderful cats! They all deserve to live and have a home again. IF YOU CAN FOSTER OR ADOPT ONE, TWO OR EVEN THREE – PLEASE CONTACT THE HELP DESK AT HELPCATS@URGENTPODR.ORG FOR RESCUE INFO. DON’T LET CIRCUMSTANCES CAUSE THESE SWEET KITTIES TO DIE. BE THEIR HERO TONIGHT!
My name is CUPPIE. My Animal ID # is A1089299. – P
I am a female black domestic sh mix. The shelter thinks I am about 11 MONTHS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 09/10/2016 from OUT OF NYC, owner surrender reason stated was LLORDPRIVA. I came in with Group/Litter #K16-073683.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
09/11/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 1 – NORMAL , Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 7.3 LBS.
0.5 cc activyl applied topically 0.75 cc pyrantel orally
09/10/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
09/10/16 15:43 Basic information Cuppie is a 11 month old female black and white DSH with no known medical conditions . Owners have has Cuppie for 11 months and is surrendering her along with 5 other cats because they move to a private house that does not accept that many pets. Socialization Cuppie has lived with children and been socialized with children of all ages. Around children Cuppie is respectful but shy. Cuppie plays gently with both adults and children. Cuppie has lived with cats and is relaxed and affectionate with them. Around dogs Cuppie is respectful but keeps her distance. If a dog is to forward with Cuppie she will run and hide. Around strangers Cuppie is shy for a few days but warms up to women faster than men. Behavior In car rides Cuppie is quiet but afraid. Cuppie doesn’t like to get bathes or have her nails trimmed and will struggle to get away. Cuppie enjoys being brushed and loves being picked up and held. Cuppie also isn’t bothered when being placed in a carrier. For the new family to know Cuppie was described as affectionate playful sweet and mellow with a medium activity level. Cuppie enjoys playing with balls strings laser pointers wand toys and bottle caps. Cuppie knows how to play fetch and will bring back balls and toys if you throw them even squeaky toys. When home with Cuppie she likes to follow you around. Cuppie eats Friskies wet food and meow mix dry food. Cuppie loves temptations treats of any flavor. Cuppie is litter box trained and uses and uncover litter box with scoop away clumping litter. Cuppie likes to scratch on a post made out of rough rope or cardboard.
No Web Memo
09/13/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – EXPERIENCE
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Cuppie’s previous owner reports she has lived with children and has socialized with children of all ages. She is respectful of them, but is shy. She plays gently with children and adults and has also lived with cats. She was relaxed around and affectionate with the cats. Around dogs, she is still respectful but keeps her distance. She is shy around strangers for a few days, but warms up to women faster than men. She enjoys being brushed and doesn’t mind being placed in a carrier. She really likes to be picked up and held. Cuppie was best described as affectionate, playful, sweet, and mellow with a medium activity level. She enjoys playing with all types of toys and knows how to play fetch. She will follow the owner around at home. Reaction to assessor: Cuppie was hiding underneath a blanket upon approach. Reaction when softly spoken to: Cuppie picks her head up to look at the assessor, but buries her head underneath it again. Reaction to cage door opening: Cuppie remains motionless. Reaction to touch: Cuppie hisses once as the assessor uncovers her, but she remains immobile and allows gentle petting on her head and body. She is very tense throughout the interaction and lip licks. Placement Determination: Experience Cuppie tolerates attention and petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter. She may need time to warm up to her new home. We recommend that this cat go to a home with experienced cat parents. Her previous owner reports she is shy in a home with children, but can be playful. However, due to her stress levels in the care center, we recommend any future home with children conduct a thorough interaction before adopting.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
09/11/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 1 – NORMAL , behavior rating was NONE
scanned negative sex:female age:11 months old as per owner BARH ear,eyes and nose is clear teeth:clean ear mites negative flea negative nervous,hissed and try to flee-used net,towel during examin ambx4 NOSF
Came in With
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