HANNAH – A1098795
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HANNAH – A1098795 – 4 month spayed black/white – Stray – Experienced home
S/O: on LRS and doxycyline for dehydration and URI
food all eaten in cage, BAR, normal skin tent
light pink gums, no nasal or ocular d/c
A: app and hydration normalized
P: monitor app
From symptoms log – sneezing.
S/O) QAR. MM pk. Not eating well.
MPND, bubbling. Congested. Eyes clr. Oral – no ulcers.
H/L: NSR, NM. Lungs clr. Purring. Eupneic.
A) URI. Congested.
P) SQF 50 cc x 3 days.
Doxy liq 0.3 cc po sid x 10 days.
Nebulize SID x 3 days.
Re-check VC x 2 more days.
Reaction to assessor: Hanah looks tense, crouched position with head down at the back of the cage when approached by the assessor.
Reaction to door opening: Hanah remains in place, quietly hisses, alert with normal shape eyes.
Reaction to touch: Hanah stiffens up when touched, but accepts the stroke and remains immobile.
Placement determination: Experience
Hanah tolerates attention and petting but may be fearful or stressed in the shelter.
We recommend that this cat go to a home with experienced cat parents.
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