GARY – 9184
Safe - 10-11-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 10/11/17 Great Great GARY With Abrasions & Severe Dental Disease NEEDS FOLLOW UP CARE!
Gary 9184 – 6 yr. neutered brown tabby:
Vet Notes: 12:23 PM
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: 5-6y
Microchip noted on Intake? No
History : stray
Subjective: BAR – ambulatory x 4
Observed Behavior – ran around room and caught in net, scared, tense, growling – remainder of exam under telazol im
Evidence of Cruelty seen – n
Evidence of Trauma seen – yes
T = 102.3
P = 180
R = 48
EENT: Eyes clear, ears minimal debris but abrasions on lateral ear margins, no overt ear mites, no nasal or ocular discharge noted
Oral Exam: severe dental disease w/ several missing teeth, blood in mouth,approx 5-6 yrs, thickend mandible secondary to chronic, severe dental dz
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, increased bronchovesicular sounds bilaterally w/ some referred upper airway noise, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
MSI: Ambulatory x 4 (caught in net after running around room), no lameness noted, under telazol – full rom, no crepitus, normal rectal, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, abrasions on multiple paw pads and x 4, abrasion nose, abrasions lateral ear margin au, abrasion ventrolateral os, chin
CNS: Mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Rectal: wnl – no hemorrhage or stool
Assessment: approx. 5-6 yrs mn
severe dental dz
abrasions – r/o trauma (hbc, carrier) vs self-trauma secondary to painful mouth
Prognosis: abrasions – excellent
dental – good w/ dental treatment/extraction of diseased teeth
Plan: retro – negative fiv/felv
chem/cbc – high wbc (neut, eos, basos), high globulin – likely secondary to severe dental dz.
wb rads – overweight, no pneumo or evidence of fractures/other trauma, full stomach and stool in colon
convenia sq 0.7 cc
simbodol sq 0.9 cc
150 cc sqf
rec full dental/extractions of all diseased teeth
vet check tomorrow for wounds/bleeding/eating/drinking/eliminating
tech check for appetite/elimination
Gary is a 5 year old, DSH male, who was neutered before coming into the shelter. He was surrendered due to changes in his owners living situation, but had only been with them for one week. He previously belonged to their son. He came into the shelter with his nose and face cut and was brought back to medical immediately.
How is this cat around strangers?
Gary will run to a different room when guests enter the home. After he adjusts he will come around and approach the room.
How is this cat around children?
Gary has lived with a small child and was respectful pending the child’s behavior. There were incidents where the child would poke or prod him and he would hiss and walk away.
How is this cat around other cats?
Gary has not spent time with other cats
How is this cat around dogs?
Gary has not spent time with dogs
Gary’s owners have never bathed or groomed him so they do not know how he would behaved. He allows them to pick him up but he struggles a lot to be put in a carrier.
Gary has no bite history.
Has this cat ever had any medical issues?
For a New Family to Know
Gary is described as being mellow, shy and aloof. He will follow his owners around when they are home, and likes to play with balls, strings and wand toys. He has been an indoor cat, sleeps anywhere, and eats dry food. he is litter box trained using an uncovered box with clumping or crystal litter. He likes to scratch on wood but was not given a scratching post previously.
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