JAVY – A1092013
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SAFE 10/14/16 DECLAWED Lynx Point Siamese Mix – JAVY!
JAVY – A1092013
NEUTERED MALE, LYNX PT, SIAMESE MIX,12 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason ALLERGIES
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 10/02/2016, From NY 11206, DueOut Date 10/02/2016
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary Scanned negative QARH – tense, dislikes lifting, appreciates attention, allows most handling N~ 12 years Overweight DECLAWED front feet Ears, eyes, nose, throat clear Teeth stained, grooved, mild calculi Coat matted along lower spine and anogenital region. Shaved 90% off – became overly agitated and attempted to bite; discontinued. Ambx4 NOSF
Geriatric exam, check mats
O: BARH. mm=pink, moist.
Oral/EENT: Mild calculus, gingivitis.
H/L: Lungs clear, no murmurs.
ABD: Palpation WNL.
INTEG: Dense haircoat, dorsal lumbar area shaved. Minimal matting remains.
A: Apparently healthy geriatric cat. Does not need more shaving, just routine brushing.
P: Excellent ptognosis.
QARH – tense, dislikes lifting, appreciates attention, allows most handling
N~ 12 years
DECLAWED front feet
Ears, eyes, nose, throat clear
Teeth stained, grooved, mild calculi
Coat matted along lower spine and anogenital region. Shaved 90% off – became overly agitated and attempted to bite; discontinued.
Large cat, calm despite being in a very stressful location in Medical, waiting for initial exam, lying with a soft body. Soft eyes. Sweet, really loves chin rubs.
Large cat, quiet and calm in kennel. Declawed. Appreciates attention, loves chin and head rubs. Sweet older guy.
Javy is a 12 year old altered lynx point Siamese mix. The owner was given Javy from a friend that had a litter. Javy is being surrendered because of a family member moving in that has asthema and allergies. He went to the vet on a regular basis and is on a special diet because of constipation.
Javy has lived most his life with 1 adult. He has spent time with children that ranged in ages (4-10). He would hide when teh children visit and takes a couple hours before he will come out. When he becomes comfortable he will allow the children to pet him. He does not play much anymore because of his age. He spent time with another cat in his home, he would hide throughout the entire stay of the other cat. He has not spent time or lived with any other animals.
Javy is very vocal and meows frequently. It is unknown how Javy would react during baths or when having his mails trimmed. He enjoys brushed for some time but will get up and walk away when he has had enough. He does nto enjoy being held much and will jump out of a person’s arms. She struggles going into and taken out of a carrier.
For a New Family to Know:
He is described by his owner as friendly, affectionate, assertive, shy, and talkative. He has a low activity level. His favorite thing to do is lay around the home, mostly on teh area rug. He is kept indoors and does not play with toys anymore. He is fed special diet dry food. He is litter box trained and is used to an uncovered litter box with clumping litter. He is declawed in the front so he does not scratch.
Javy sat in the back of the carrier and struggled coming out of the carrier. He allowed to be picked up and carriered to the counter. He allowed to be repositioning for photos but started to flick his tail. When picke dup and his front feet were placed in the carrier he started to growl. He allowed to be put all the way in the carrier but countinued to growl.
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