JILL aka JOHN – 8005 aka A1126633
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***SAFE 10/14/17*** BEGINNER KITTENS JILL AND JACK NEED A RESCUE ANGEL TONIGHT!! **RINGWORM SUSPECT** Jill and Jack are 4 month old kittens with a URI, conjunctivitis and are ringworm suspect – both need homes. The ACC still doesn’t have a positive diagnosis on the ringworm – which is easily treatable with anti-fungal cream. And their URI is getting better according to the notes. Please give these two siblings a freedom ride tonight. MUST RESERVE BY NOON!!
Hello, my name is Jill. My animal id is #8005. I am a female white kitten at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks i am about 4 months 2 weeks old. – P
I came into the shelter as a data import – incoming on 01-Oct-2017.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
Jill is being placed at risk due to medical.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 2.9375 lbs
L V T Notes
Recheck URI/conjunctivitis-day 5 doxy/erythromycin; also on tresaderm and panacur; DTM culture pending but neg for small patch of alopecia S/O BAR, docile good appetite mm pk, moist no active nasal discharge; moistened fur around nares OU-mild blepharospasm, increased epiphora eupnic patch of alopecia on LF appears similar to previous exam A URI/conjunctivitis-almost resolved Ear mites-being treated Alopecia P CWCT recheck in 2 days
Today, pt has no ocuolar discharge but has very mild SND. CTM, recheck tomorrow… 1088
Recheck URI/conjunctivitis-has 2 days of erythromycin and 1 day of doxycycline left S/O QAR, snuggling with littermate mm pk, moist good appetite no nasal discharge or congestion OU-mild blepharospasm, mild increased epiphora A URI-appears resolved Conjunctivitis-almost resolved P Recheck tomorrow to see if okay to leave iso or needs to extend meds
Recheck for resolving URI/conjunctivitis: S/O: BARH BCS 4/9 – no c/s, no nasal discharge observed – e/d ok A: resolved URI P: rec’ move out of ISO
Hx: 2 kittens came in without mom S/O approximately 14-16 weeks QAR, docile, allows handling mm pk, sl tacky; CRT <2 sec; all deciduous dentitia present mucoid nasal discharge with moderation congestion OU-periocular erythema, blepharospasm, increased epiphora AU-pruritus, erythema, dark discharge eupnic, heart/lungs WNL pot-bellied appearance; soft, nonpainful abdomen small patch of alopecia on dorsal aspect of RF, wood’s lamp negative female intact A URI with conjunctivitis Ear mites Distended abdomen-suspect parasites Alopecia-low ringworm suspect P LRS 30 ml SQ SID x 3 days cerenia 0.1 SQ SID x 2 days Erythromycin OU BID x 10 days Tresaderm AU SID x 10 days Panacur 100 mg/ml: 0.7 ml PO SID x 5 days doxycycline 50 mg/ml: 0.3 ml PO SID x 10 days DTM culture to r/o ringworm prognosis: good
Hx: dx with URI, conjunctivitis, ear mites on intake; small patch of alopecia on LF-wood’s lamp negative; low suspect for ringworm but DTM culture pending S/O BAR, docile, allows handling good appetite mm pk, moist no active nasal discharge, mild nasal congestion OU-mild blepharospasm, increased epiphora eupnic soft abdomen small patch of alopecia over dorsal aspect of LF A URI, conjunctivitis ear mites alopecia P CWCT prognosis: good
Hx: dx with URI, conjunctivitis, ear mites on intake; small patch of alopecia on LF-wood’s lamp negative; low suspect for ringworm but DTM culture pending S/O BAR, docile, allows handling good appetite mm pk, moist midl ocular discharge, no nasal discharge noted today. No congestion appreciated, breathing comfortable soft abdomen small patch of alopecia over dorsal aspect of LF A URI, conjunctivitis ear mites alopecia P CWCT. Okay to move from medical to isolation pending completion of URI meds prognosis: good
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Assessment Date: 9/29/2017 Retest Date: Retest Reason: Next Test Date: KNOWN HISTORY: Jill was brought in as a stray, so we don’t have any behavioral history or tendencies in a home environment. MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: 9/27/17- docile, allows handling ENRICHMENT NOTES: Resting on bedding with sibling, soft eyes and body. Yawned and stretched when door opened, continued to lay in place. Leaned and arched into pets. Cage Condition: No change Reaction to assessor: Jill immediately comes soliciting at the front of the cage. Reaction when softly spoken to: Jill remains soft in place. Reaction to cage door opening: Jill remains standing at the front of the cage, relaxed body posture, soliciting attention. Reaction to touch: Jill head-butts the assessor’s hand and appreciates petting on the head and body. Reaction to being picked up: Allows the pickup and remains calm. ACTIVITY LEVEL: Mellow VOCAL: Somewhat chatty CHARACTER TYPE: Sweet Affectionate POTENTIAL CHALLENGES: None BEHAVIOR DETERMINATION: Beginner Behavior Asilomar H – Healthy BEHAVIOR SUMMARY: Jill interacts with the Assessor, solicits attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat can go to a beginner home.
09/29/17 Behavior: Beginner
6th day of DTM culture 9/27: some growth with change of color seen in the green side. No growth or change of color seen in the red side.
8th day of DTM culture 9/27: some white growth with change of color seen in the green side. No growth or change of color seen in the red side.
10th day of DTM culture Growth with change of color seen on either side. Microscopic slide reveals fungical spores related to ringworm.
Ringworm positive DTM culture positive to ringworm (Microscopic exam performed today) As per dr. 0577 Start 0.5 cc Itraconazole 10 mg/ml sid po x 10 days. Lime dip baths twice a week per 4 weeks.
first day of dtm culture 9/27/17 no growth or change of color seen on any of the sides
2nd day of DTM culture 9/27: no growth or change of color seen in any of the sides.
NO COLOR CHANGE OR GROWTH SEEN
2 cats came together A1126632, A1126633 BARH Scan negative Female intact Appx 4 months old nasal d/c–URI occular d/c—Conjunctivitis ear mites, ears cleaned BCS 4/9 Alows handling NOSF
A1126632 – JACK
Came in With
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