HARRY – A1091200
Safe - 9-26-2016 Brooklyn
SAFE 9/26/16 **3-Week Old Teeny Black Kitten — HARRY – NEEDS PLACEMENT BY 6PM TONIGHT!** Email our help desk for assistance–email@example.com if you can foster or adopt or CONTACT A NEW HOPE RESCUE NOW!
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HARRY – A1091200
FEMALE, BLACK / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH MIX,16 days
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition ILLNESS Intake Date 09/25/2016, From NY 11373, DueOut Date09/28/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary 9/25/16 Check sick kitten Microchip scan neg. O: BARH. mm=pink, moist. EENT: OU – severe mucopurulent discharge, crusting, mod. chemosis. No nasal discharge. Oral: All deciduous teeth erupted. ABD: Palpation WNL. UG: Female. Integ: Flea dirt. A: Age approx 3 weeks. Severe conjunctivitis. P: Cleaned OU, applied Terramycin. Offered kitten food. Rx Terramycin oint. Apply OU BID x 10 days. Monitor for URI and check appetite. Prognosis excellent. Applied Frontline spray. Will need 1st FVRCP vaccine in 1 week.
S/O: Vet check to recheck underage kitten with severe conjunctivitis and appetite.
BAR, vocal on presentation
Full bowl of cat food in cage – did not appear eaten
Offered fresh bowl of kitten food, however kitten did not show interest
Mild, crusted mp ocular discharge OU present
BCS = 3-4/9
A: Inappetence – likely kitten is too young to be weaned yet or kitten is in early weaning stages.
Underweight – r/o malnutrition
P: Recommend foster placement ASAP for supervision with weaning and to monitor appetite more thoroughly
Will start Nutrical supplementation BID x 3 days
Warm LRS SQ – 15 ml SID
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