FROSTY – 8523
Safe - 10-25-2017 Manhattan
SAFE 10/25/17 FROSTY has all the great qualities a pet owner can ask for. Please consider this sweet handsome guy today and make him the newest addition to your family.
Intake Date: 10/1/17
Intake Type: Owner surrender
Medical Behavior: Green
Behavior Assessment: Beginner
Age: 2 years
Sex: Neutered male
Vet Notes: 1:18 PM
Recheck URI-day 7 doxy
QAR, sweet boy
mild nasal congestion
OU: mild blepharospasm and epiphora
URI, mild conjunctivitis
cerenia 0.4 ml SQ SID x 2 days
erythromycin OU BID x 7 days
continue doxycycline, recheck in 2 days
Vet Notes: 3:10 PM
Recheck requested, reportedly not eating and sounds congested; on doxycycline
no nasal discharge, mild nasal stridor noted
appears eupnic, no open mouth breathing noted
cerenia 0.4 ml SQ SID x 2 days
Vet Notes: 4:55 PM
no obvious appetite
OU-moderate blepharospasm, no drainage
sneezing, serous nasal discharge
mm pk, tacky; CRT <2 sec
move to iso
doxycycline 10 mg/kg PO SID x 10 days
LRS 100 ml SQ SID x 3 days
recheck in 5 days
***no weight in computer, will have overnight techs reweigh and enter doxy***
Post Op Exam
Vet Notes: 9:19 PM
Extremely erythematous and pruritic ears! Moderate black granular discharge AU. Large scab caudal to AD – pt scratching at this spot.
Neutered yesterday – scrotum is small and there is no bleeding.
Pt was treated with ivermectin for ear mites on 10/6/17. Start Tresaderm to manage discomfort – AU BID x10 days.
Vet Notes: 5:21 PM
[Surgery Template – Cat Neuter]
Was this cat a Cryptorchid? No
If so, describe surgical process:
Routine Feline Neuter
Self tie of spermatic cord
Ice pack on scrotum during recovery – then scrotal wrap placed for 1 hr
Vet Notes: 5:19 PM
S: Alert, Tense, allows all handling
O: BAR-H, MMs pink and moist
EENT: Moderate gingivitis and dental disease. No discharge OU, nose, AU
PLNs: Not enlarged.
H/L: NSR, NMA. Eupnic, quiet lung sounds.
Abd: Soft, no pain on palpation, no masses palpated
M/S/I: Amb x4. No skin lesions noted.
UG: Male, testicles soft and symmetrical
Neuro: Alert and appropriate, no sign neurological deficiencies
A: Dental disease
P: Neuter today. Recommend dental cleaning and daily tooth brushing.
Vet Notes: 1:21 PM
Microchip noted on Intake?
Observed Behavior -allows exam, tries to slink away
Evidence of Cruelty seen -n
Evidence of Trauma seen -n
P = 200
R = wnl
EENT: Eyes clear, ear mites and periaural scabs, no nasal discharge noted
Oral Exam:clean teeth
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat
CNS: mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Assessment; ear mites
Plan:ivermectin 0.15ml sq
SURGERY: Okay for surgery
Animal Behavior Saved At: 5-Oct-2017 15:8:34.000
Animal Name: Frosty
Age: 2 Years 2 Weeks (approx)
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Spayed / Neutered: Yes
Behavior Assessment Date:
Next Test Date:
The former owner stated around strangers, Frosty is described as very shy but then eventually he warms up to people after a few days. Frosty has never lived or interacted with children. Frosty plays gently with adults. Frosty has never been around other animals.
Curled up at back, face pressed into corner. Stayed like this until treats were brought near face, then looked up, eyes fully dilated. Sniffed assess-a-hand, allowed pets, slowly ate a few treats. Sprayed feliway.
Asleep on approach, very deep sleeper! Took a lot of effort to wake up. Stood and stretched, soft eyes and body, then leaned and arched into pets and started to roll over. Prefers being pet along the shoulders.
Reaction to assessor:
Frosty immediately comes soliciting at the front of the cage.
Reaction when softly spoken to:
Frosty remains soft in place.
Reaction to cage door opening:
Frosty remains standing at the front of the cage, relaxed body posture, soliciting attention.
Reaction to touch:
Frosty head-butts the assessorâ€™s hand and appreciates petting on the head and body.
Reaction to being picked up:
Allows the pickup and remains calm.
H – Healthy
Frosty interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat can go to a beginner home.
Basic: Frosty is a 2 year old unaltered male domestic short hair that the owner got from a friend about 3 weeks ago. The owner is surrendering because her landlord will not allow her to have pets in the home. The owner has not had a chance to take Frosty to the vet yet.
Socialization: Around strangers, Frosty is described as very shy but then eventually he warms up to people after a few days. Frosty has never lived or interacted with children. Frosty plays gently with adults. Frosty has never been around other animals. Frosty has never bitten or scratched another animal or a person.
Behavior: Frosty is relaxed in the car. Frosty has never had litter box accidents. The owner has never given Frosty a bath or trimmed his nails. Frosty enjoys being brushed. Frosty is not bothered when he is picked up and held. Frosty struggles when he is put into a carrier. The owner has never disturbed Frosty when he is sleeping.
For a New Family to Know: Frosty is described as playful and shy. Friendly has a high level of activity. The owner’s favorite thing about Frosty is how affectionate he is. Frosty’s favorite thing is playing with his toys. When the owner is home, Frosty follows her around. Frosty likes stuffed toys. Frosty has been kept indoors only. Frosty sleeps on or under the bed. Frosty eats Friskies wet and dry food, 1/2 can of the wet twice a day and 1/2 a cup of the dry food. Frosty uses an uncovered litter box with clumping litter. Frosty does not own a scratching post.
Upon intake, Frosty was very frightened but allowed being handled.
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