KIWI – 16709
Safe - 1-6-2018 Manhattan
***SAFE 01/06/18***TERRIFIC TUX NEEDS FUREVER FRIEND! Poor Kiwi is not feeling too well but is doing much better now @MACC. Two year old, KIWI is a very sweet girl who was found in a building stairwell. She is underweight, has some diarrhea and should have follow up care. Please give her a home for the New Year! Don’t forget when you foster, all reasonable medical expenses are covered. So don’t hesitate to help Kiwi. ONLY HAS TIL NOON TOMORROW!
Hello, my name is Kiwi. My animal id is #16709. I am a female black cat at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 2 years 1 weeks old. – P
I came into the shelter as a stray on 21-Dec-2017.
Original Location: 10029
Kiwi is at risk for medical reasons. Kiwi has been diagnosed with Upper Respiratory Infection, which is contagious to other cats. Kiwi also suffers from diahorrea and bouts of vomiting, which may be due to Irritable Bowel Disease. We recommend an abdominal ultrasound following placement. Behaviorally, we have no concerns for Kiwi, whom we believe would be suitable even for a beginner cat home.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 4.375 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 1. Green
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