GOLDY – A1114010
Safe - 6-5-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 6/5/17 Goldy is a loving, friendly older gentleman who’s currently got a URI and will possibly need dental extractions. This handsome cream-colored fellow is ready to go to his new forever retirement home with you! If you give him a chance he’s bound to shower you in head-butts and a storm of purring!
Goldy A1114010, 15 Years Old, Cream Tabby DSH, Neutered, 7.4 lbs, Owner Surrender 06/02/17
Microchip: Scanned negative
Sex: neutered male
Age ~ 15 years
Eyes: right eye mildly cloudy.
Ears: mildly waxy; cleaned
Nose: clogged, thick yellow mucus from right nostril. Cleaned. Unable to begin meds.
Teeth: Stained, grooved. Great condition for age of cat
If abnormal BCS: Slightly underweight for frame. Owner states he is very active and has always been lean.
Skin: No flea dirt or parasite found.
Hair Coat: Clean. Heavy shedding.
Any injuries: No
Behavior: Greets, head butts and head rubs, purrs. Very sweet older gentleman
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age: geriatric
Microchip noted on Intake none
History: asthmatic at home needs to surrender pet
Observed Behavior – friendly docile
Evidence of Cruelty seen – none
Evidence of Trauma seen – none
P = WNL R = WNL BCS 4/9
EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, mucoid nasal discharge right nares
Oral Exam: carnassial severe periodontal disease
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, referred upper airway sounds
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
Rectal: not performed
Assessment: uri, long standing intermittent per owner r/o nasal stenosis, polyp
Plan start doxycycline 50mg/ml give 0.8ml Po SID x 10 days, gave first dose today
rec dental extractions and otic/orpharyngeal exam to look for polyps on adoption, rescue
Goldy A1114010 is a 15 year old Neutered cat that was surrendered due to pet health. Client initially found Goldy as a kitten. Goldy has never suffered any injuries however on occasionally he would catch a cold.
Around stranger Goldy is friendly and inviting. He loves all people. When stranger come inside the home he would run up to them for rubbing and petting. Goldy has also lived in the home with 2 other cats. He was affectionate and playful with the other felines. Goldy has also lived in a home with a 3 year old. Goldy was very playful and active with the child.
Goldy has never bitten anyone or animal. Goldy isn’t bothered by the following being picked up or held, loud sounds or sudden movements, being pushed off of furniture, being brushed or groomed, having his nails trimmed. Goldy is fully litter box trained, no known record of accidents. When Goldy wants attention he will meowing and crawl up your leg.
For a new family to know
Goldy is described as friendly, affectionate and active. He has a high activity level while inside the home. Goldy was fed both wet and dry foods; however he does prefer dry foods. The previous owner stated he will eat every brand of food expect Friskies. Goldy loves to play with laser pointers.
Goldy was very affectionate and alert upon intake. Goldy allowed all handling. Scanned negative
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