HOLLYWOOD – A0975447
Safe - 2-3-2017 Brooklyn
Hollywood is a handsome gray kitty with a striking white mark across his face that only adds to his charm! He is definitely a people person, and would love nothing more than to spend his days by your side! He has lived with a young child and has been around other cats in the past, and he was described as friendly, respectful, and playful with them. Hollywood can go to a beginner kitty home that can provide for his heart murmur
HOLLYWOOD – A0975447
NEUTERED MALE, GRAY / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH MIX,3 yrs
OWNER SUR – AVAILABLE, HOLD RELEASED Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 01/31/2017, From NY 11207, DueOut Date 02/03/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Scan positive ~3yrs, Neutered male S/O: QARH. Allowed all handling. BCS 6/9 EENT: Very mild dental tartar, eyes clear, no ocular or nasal discharge, ears wnl HL: Grade 3/6 heart murmur, lungs clear ABD: Normal abdominal palpation, soft, non-tender INTEG: Full coat, wnl MS: Ambulatory x 4, no apparent lameness UG: Neutered male A: Heart murmur – no clinical signs at this time, overweight P: Continue to monitor while at BACC. Rec regular visits with local veterinarian to monitor heart murmur for worsening or clinical signs of heart disease. Good prognosis
Exam & surgery performed
Anesthesia – 0.03 mL Telazol induction.
Sx. – Routine scrotal castration. No sutures placed, incisions left open to drain. Green linear tattoo placed on ventral abdomen.
0.03 mL Hydromorphone for pain management.
~3yrs, Neutered male
S/O: QARH. Allowed all handling. BCS 6/9
EENT: Very mild dental tartar, eyes clear, no ocular or nasal discharge, ears wnl
HL: Grade 3/6 heart murmur, lungs clear
ABD: Normal abdominal palpation, soft, non-tender
INTEG: Full coat, wnl
MS: Ambulatory x 4, no apparent lameness
UG: Neutered male
A: Heart murmur – no clinical signs at this time, overweight
P: Continue to monitor while at BACC. Rec regular visits with local veterinarian to monitor heart murmur for worsening or clinical signs of heart disease. Good prognosis
Basic Cage Observation: eating, urinating, defecating +1
Cage Condition: rearranged cat not hiding
Posture in cage: soft and relaxed
Greeting Approach: solicits attention by rubbing, chirping etc +3
Response When Cage opened: remains soft and relaxed +1
Extends Hand: sniffs and head butts, licks, rubs hand +3
Stroke: rubs or head butts +3
Previously lived with: Adults and a 2yr old child
Behavior toward children: Friendly, respectful and usually keeps to himself
Behavior toward strangers: Relaxed and friendly
Behavior toward cats: Relaxed and very playful
Behavior toward dogs: Unknown
Bite history: No
Scratch history: No
Litter box training: Yes
Energy level/descriptors: Playful and affectionate
Other notes: He’s quiet & relaxed during car rides & enjoys being brushed. Uses a scratching post made of cardboard and likes to play with balls and stuffed toys.
Cage Condition: No change
Reaction to assessor: Hollywood perks up and comes out the cubby to greet the assessor.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Hollywood’s ears tilt forward; he sniffs the assessor’s hand then gently rubs his cheeks against the kennel door.
Reaction to cage door opening: Hollywood is calm and relaxed.
Reaction to touch: Hollywood looks around at his surroundings then gently leans in for attention allowing petting all over his body. His tail starts to quiver, he rolls over on his side when rubbed on his cheeks and is very affectionate.
Reaction to being picked up: Hollywood is calm, relaxed and allows all handling.
Brought to the interaction room to stretch his legs, easily picked up and moved from kennel. Social, friendly, attention-seeking, people-oriented, not showing much interest in toys, climbs into my lap, purrs. Really a sweet, social, easy-to-handle cat. Big-framed, handsome markings.
MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: Allowed all handling.
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Moderate
CHARACTER TYPE: Social, Affectionate
BEHAVIOR SUMMARY: Beginner
Hollywood interacts with the assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat can go to a beginner home.
Initial interaction is moving him from a holding room to adoptions. A little nevous, but comes forward, allows all handling, is fine being held. Big boy, perks up with attention. Should warm up well and quickly here, appreciates attention and petting. Cool markings, he’s ready for showtime.
Brought to the interaction room to stretch his legs, easily picked up and moved from kennel. Social, friendly, attention-seeking, people-oriented, not showing much interest in toys, climbs into my lap, purrs. Really a sweet, social, easy-to-handle cat. Big-framed, handsome markings. Easy to return to kennel.
Hollywood is a 3 year-old domestic SH, He was surrendered due to his owner’s moving into an apartment that does not allow pets. Hollywood has no health issues or injures and has not been to a vet recently.
Around strangers Hollywood is very friendly; he likes it when people rub his body. He has lived in a home with a 2 year old child and is friendly and respectful towards the child, but usually keeps to himself. He has been around other cats and is usually very playful.
During car rides Hollywood is quiet and relaxed. Hollywood enjoys being brushed and purrs throughout the process. Hollywood is feed dry food, twice a day and is litter- box trained. He uses an uncovered litter box with pellets litter. Hollywood has a scratching post made of cardboard and enjoys plays with balls, and stuffed toys. Hollywood was described as playful, affectionate, and friendly by his previous owner.
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