JET – 19959
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***SAFE 02/09/18 *** 3 year old JET was dumped by his owner for what seems to be an anxiety issue. He over-grooms himself and has a lesion on his abdomen. JET needs an experienced adopter who can get him evaluated by a competent vet and possibly meds if necessary. Please help handsome JET today!
Hello, my name is Jet. My animal id is #19959. I am a desexed male black cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 3 years old. – P
I came into the shelter as a owner surrender on 04-Feb-2018, with the surrender reason stated as animal health – cannot afford vet bill.
ZIP Code From: 10457
Jet is at risk for behavioral reasons. Jet is an extremely anxious cat, and this results in his over-grooming, creating “hot spots” on his abdomen. This behavior pre-dates his arrival at the care center, and was the driver in his previous owner’s decision to surrender. Jet is also overweight, and requires a calorie controlled diet to return him to a healthy weight.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 12 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 5. Red
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