LEE – A1069934
Safe - 4-14-2016 Brooklyn
FIV+ 14-Year Old LEE NEEDS YOU ASAP!
LEE – A1069934
MALE, BROWN / CREAM, DOMESTIC SH MIX,14 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 04/10/2016, From NY 11212, DueOut Date 04/10/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation RED
Medical Summary Scanned negative QAR – severely dehydrated. 80mL LRS given SQ. Growled, tried to scratch, tried to bite, tried to flee – 0.15mL Telazol given for exam. M~ 14 years FIV POSITIVE Ears dirty – cleaned Eyes – cloudy Nose clear Mouth – ulcer on tongue, slight bleeding at tip. Teeth – roughly 4 remaining. Left lower canine, right upper premolar, lefter lower premolar seen. Neck – healing scabs around collar level. Areas of healing scratches all over body (appear self-inflicted from parasite infections). Right hind foot large area of alopecia. Multiple insect bite marks observed. Animal reported limping possibly left hind leg. Coat – sparce, animal covered in flea dirt, lice nits. Liberally treated with Frontline. Gave 0.15mL Bup SR per vet. Nails long – trimmed.
VET CHECK – MONITOR APPETITE
QAR. FOOD UNTOUCHED. UNABLE TO EXAMINE DUE TO TEMPERMENT
A: URI, FIV+, GERIATRIC, LINGUAL ULCER
P: CONTINUE TO MONITOR WHILE AT BACC. POOR PROGNOSIS
VC – MONITOR FOR DEHYDRATION, POSSIBLE INJURY TO HIND LEG. WILL NEED HANDLER.
S/O: Cat is QAR
Changed Med Beh to YELLOW cat tries to flee but does not attempt to bite or strike; no hissing or growling
EENT – mucoid-mucopurulent ocular and nasal discharge
Missing most of teeth, canines broken at gumline; lingual ulcer
Heart/lungs – referred upper airway sounds
Lice and flea dirt
A: Geriatric underlying – URI, dental dz, FIV+, lingual ulcer, fleas, lice
P: Move to ISO, start on doxy, monitor appetite
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