JADA – A0986277
Safe - 5-5-2016 Brooklyn Rescue: Staten Island Hope Please honor your pledges: http://www.statenislandhoperescue.org/
***SAFE 05/05/16*** MATURE TUXIE BEGINNER IS WAITING FOR YOU!! Stunning JADA is 11 years young and declawed and missing her teeth!! But what she lacks in teeth she makes up for in in Friendliness!! …. “Jada head-butts, leans in for petting, and plops down. She rolls over and continues to solicit attention while purring. Reaction to being picked up: Jada remains calm and purrs when held” …..JADA is already SPAYED and has lived as a solo cat. How horrible for her to be RETURNED to the ACC just when she needs a loving home to retire to!! Please apply to FOSTER or ADOPT this GEM NOW!!
Has no teeth and front paws are declawed.
My name is JADA. My Animal ID # is A0986277. – P
I am a spayed female black and white domestic sh. The shelter thinks I am about 11 YEARS old.
I came in the shelter as a OWNER SUR on 04/30/2016 from NY 11238, owner surrender reason stated was MOVE2PRIVA.
MOST RECENT MEDICAL INFORMATION AND WEIGHT
04/30/2016 Exam Type VACCINATE – Medical Rating is 4 NC – SEVERE CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, Behavior Rating is NONE, Weight 9.2 LBS.
Pyrantel-0.9mL given PO Activyl-1mL given topically
04/30/2016 PET PROFILE MEMO
04/30/16 18:33 Jada is an 11 year old black and white spayed DSH. She was adopted from ACC by owner and has been in their care since. She is being surrendered into our facility due to owner moving. She is front pawed declawed and is missing teeth. With strangers she is friendly and needy for attention; she also played gently with adults. Has no experience with children or dogs. She lived with a 6 year old female cat and was very tolerant; when they did cross paths they did hiss at each other. There are no known health injuries or problems. She has had litter box accidents. When riding in the car she did meow. When having litter box accidents it is rare and she has both pooped and peed indoors. This has been occurring for 6 months to a year. A vet has been seen for the issue due to the owner thinking it was something was physical; however it occurred when the box isn’t cleaned and left alone for a long time. She has never been given a bath and struggles when getting her nails trimmed. Enjoys having her coat brushed and being picked up and held. Isn’t bothered when being placed in a carrier or being disturbed while sleeping. Jada is described as being affectionate and friendly with a medium activity level that would do best in an elderly couple home. She loves attention and cuddle with her owner. She was indoors only and slept anywhere comfortable. She was free fed Purina Dry and her favorite Temptations. She is litter box trained using an uncovered litter box with either clumping or crystal litter. She is declawed so she didn’t scratch.
No Web Memo
05/02/2016 BEHAVIOR EVALUATION – BEGINNER
Exam Type BEHAVIOR
Jada’s previous owner reports she is friendly and needy for attention with strangers. She plays gently with adults, but has no experience with children or dogs. She has lived with a female cat and would hiss when they crossed paths, but she was very tolerant of her. She was best described as affectionate and friendly, with a medium activity level. She loves attention and cuddle with her owner. Reaction to Assessor: Jada was lying down, calm and relaxed. Reaction when softly spoken to: Jada looks at the assessor, gets up, and comes to the front. Reaction to cage door opening: Jada remains soft and relaxed. Reaction to touch: Jada head-butts, leans in for petting, and plops down. She rolls over and continues to solicit attention while purring. Reaction to being picked up: Jada remains calm and purrs when held. Jada’s previous owner reports she has had rare litter box accidents that occurred between 6 months to a year. The owner believed it was due to something physical, but these accidents have occurred when the box hasn’t been cleaned for a long time. This may have contributed to the behavior seen. We cannot be sure whether this behavior will continue in a different home environment, but we recommend that potential adopters be comfortable with management and modification techniques for elimination outside the litter box should this behavior continue in a home environment. Placement Determination: Beginner Jada interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat can go to a beginner home.
GROUP BEHAVIOR EVALUATION
No Group Behavior Summary
04/30/2016 INITIAL PHYSICAL EXAM
Medical rating was 4 NC – SEVERE CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, behavior rating was NONE
Scanned positive- 985112002800409 BAR-limited exam through net after attempt to flee. Hissed and growl through most of the exam. Spayed female 11 yrs old per pervious owner and file. Eyes, ears, nose- clear and clean Teeth-Missing most teeth. Soft food only. Healthy coat No parasites or fleas observed Ambx4 Nosf
12/02/2013 RE-EXAM (LAST MAJOR EXAM)
Medical rating 3 NC – MAJOR CONDITIONS NOT CONTAGIOUS, behavior rating BEGINNER
RECHECK TEETH AND APPETITE — BAR. FRIENDLY AND INTERACTIVE. DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE EATING. DOES SHOW SOME INTEREST IN FOOD – SMELLS IT. DOES NOT LIKE TO HAVE MOUTH HANDLED OR LOOKED AT. CONSIDER DENTAL PAIN. PLAN: GIVE 3.75MG REMERON PO GIVE BUPRENEX PO
☆★ TO ADOPT THIS ANIMAL THROUGH THE PUBLIC ADOPTION SITE, PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING LINK AND SCROLL DOWN TO BOTTOM TO LOG IN AND RESERVE THE ANIMAL. THERE WILL BE A $202 DEPOSIT REQUIRED. $150 WILL BE REFUNDED ONCE PROOF OF SPAY/NEUTER IS SUPPLIED.http://www.nycacc.org/PublicAtRisk.htm ☆★
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