DOMI – A1099404
Safe - 3-19-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 3/19/17 — 12 Year Old Bunkmates SAWYER & DOMI…Wanna Cuddle While You Sip Hot Coco!
12 YRS OLD – OWNER DUMPED FOR MOVING – CAME IN WITH 3 OTHER HOUSEMATES
DOMI – A1099404
NEUTERED MALE, WHITE / BRN TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,12 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 12/11/2016, From NY 11368, DueOut Date 12/11/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-084108.
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary microchip scanned negative sex:male-neutered age:12 ys as per owner BARH ear,eyes and nose is clear teeth:moderate staining,mild gingivitis and tartar ear mites positive-0.13 cc ivermactin sq as per 1235 fleas negative allowed to handling during examin ambx4 NOSF
Allows all handling but fearful–seemed prepared to flee but did not
heart and lungs wnl
oligodontia: remaining teeth have severe dental disease
AU pinnae are scarred from old hemtomas secondary to ear mites, recently treated
scarring of pinnae, dental disease
recc geriatric workup post adoption , then dental cleaning
microchip scanned negative
age:12 ys as per owner
ear,eyes and nose is clear
teeth:moderate staining,mild gingivitis and tartar
ear mites positive-0.13 cc ivermactin sq as per 1235
allowed to handling during examin
Intently watches me as I approach. His location makes it tough to interact with him, have to use a step stool. Nervous and wary, wide eyes, really focuses on me, lots of eye contact. Hunched on blanket, legs tucked under. Needs time. Sprayed Feliway and gave treats.
BASIC INFORMATION: Domi is a black/white DSH male 12yr old cat. He was found as a stray and has hematoma on both ears. Domi has been surrendered to ACC due to owner moving to a home that does not allow pets.
SOCIALIZATION: Domi is unbothered by strangers and is tolerant when strangers pet him. He has been exposed to children and is relaxed and affectionate towards children and adults. He has lived with one adult and plays gently. Domi has resided with other cats and has not resided with dogs; he gets along well with both cats. Domi has not bitten or scratched another animal or person within the past 10 days.
BEHAVIOR: Domi is tolerant of brushing his coat; owner has not bathed him or trimmed his nails. When Domi is asleep and is disturbed he is unbothered by it. He enjoys using a scratching post made out of rough rope.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW: Domi is best described as an affectionate & friendly cat. He has a medium activity level. Domi enjoys playing with laser pointers. When owner is home, Domi follows owner around the house, sits on the owner and enjoys owner’s presence. Domi would do best in a family or single person home. He has been kept indoors only. He enjoys sleeping on cat bed or chair. Domi eats wet and dry food. Domi is litter box trained. He uses a hooded litter box and uses clumping litter.
BEHAVIOR UPON INTAKE: Domi appeared to be relaxed in the carrier. Once Domi was taken out of carrier and became shy & displayed a low tense body. After counselor handled carefully he allowed all handling & scanned negative.
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