GIVENCHY – A1103999
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Givenchy A1103999 – 4 month old male gray tabby/white kitten, stray:
Givenchy A1103999 and Loubotin A1104000 were trapped in Brooklyn. Finder stated that they were both abandoned outside. Finder brought them to ACCNYC.
BEHAVIOR DURING INTAKE
They were both a little nervous, they went from their traps to a carrier.
Trapped and brought in with an adult neutered male, Louboutin, 1104000; unknown relation. Givenchy is fearful, crouching low in a rear corner of kennel. Able to touch, but he’s really uncomfortable, ears flatten, may hiss, would like to flee. Makes eye contact, slow blinked a little while I spoke softly to him with the kennel door shut. Really cute. Adding to priority socialization list. Sprayed Feliway, left treats and some toys.
intact male approx 4 months
feral behavior. recoils from touch, flees, hisses and bites when cornered
no uri signs
heart and lungs wnl
adult teeth coming in
CAME IN WITH:
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