JAYJAY – 10121
Safe - 10-24-2017 Manhattan Rescue: Zani's Please honor your pledges: http://zanisfurryfriends.org
SAFE 10/24/17 JAYJAY is a handsome young orange boy who is a bit nervous and tense but accepts treats and is resonsive to petting. Please give this boy a furever home.
Intake Date: 10/18/17
Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: Yellow
Age: 5 years
Weight: 7 lbs 9 oz
Microchip Scan: negative, placed
Evidence of Cruelty: no
Observed Behavior: tense in carrier, allowed removal but hissing and fleeing when touched, could MC but could not restrain for CT (kicking and yowling)
Sex: intact male
Estimated Age: appx 3-y
Subjective: no history, young cat
Oral Exam: mild staining
Heart: could not auscultate
Lungs: could not auscultate
Preliminary Assessment: allowed minimal handling, seemingly healthy
Plan: DVM intake with CT at time of Sx
Resting on bedding, soft eyes and body. Looked up when spoken to, lay in place when door opened. Leaned into pets, closed eyes, dozed off.
Jayjay was lying down by the back and appeared tense; tail wrapped tightly around body and has a low gaze. He remains immobile when door opens, but licks tuna puree of my finger when offered. Clicker trained to accept petting. His ears tilt sideways when touched and he doesn’t make eye contact, but he is receptive to touch and will lick reward from my hand whenever offered. The tip of his tail flickers slightly when pet along his body, but he continues to accept treats. His body posture was more relaxed by the end of training and he blinked softly at me, seeming more comfortable.
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