LEO – A1100824
Gone - 3-13-2017 Brooklyn
***If we cannot confirm placement today then Leo will need to be included in the offsite cat quarantine.
We can have these cats vaccinated and combo tested if needed, but they need to leave today Mon. Jan. 2.**
Leo is a little emaciated and has had diarrhea and has been vomiting for a couple of months. Owners did not speak English well and could not explain what the vet had told them Leo is sick from. Owner stated that Leo is not getting better with medication.
Leo is friendly allowed all handling very calm enjoyed being pet.
LEO – A1100824
NEUTERED MALE, GRAY TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,5 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PET HEALTH
Intake condition ILLNESS Intake Date 01/02/2017, From NY 11101, DueOut Date 01/02/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary 01/02/17 Check ill cat (was brought into building instead of to mobile van). Microchip scan neg. O: QAR. mm=lt pink, tacky, CRT=2 s. Friendly, social, allows all handling. ORAL: Mild calculus. EENT: No oculonasal discharge. No sneezing. H/L: HR=200, RR=16. Lungs clear. ABD/UG: Neutered male. Abd distended, soft and doughy. Mildly enlarged left kidney, mild splenomegaly. Mod. gas and fluid in intestines. Defecated pudding-like light brown diarrhea that appears to have undigested particles of food in it. MS: Emaciated body condition. Amb x 4. INTEG: Full haircoat, diarrhea on hind limbs, perineum. Decreased skin turgor. A: Dehydrated 7-10%. Diarrhea. Renomegaly, splenomegaly. DDx: Neoplasia (lymphosarcoma, other), IBD, pancreatitis, hepatic disease, infectious disease. P: Parvo test = Neg. 75 ml LRS SQ given. Continue q 24 hours x 5 days. Metronidazole 50 mg PO. Continue BID x 5 days. Offered food – ate readily. Monitor for other signs (vomiting, decreased appetite) that may warrant additional therapy. Prognosis guarded.
Leo A1100824 – 5 yr neutered gray tabby, OS:
Cat has been eating excessively vomiting and having diarrhea for the last couple of months. Cat has also lost weight and is slightly emaciated. Owners could not explain what the vet had told them the cat was sick from very well but tried to tell the counselor it was something with the stomach and possibly worms.
Leo is a 5 year old neutered Gray tabby DSH with a possible stomach illness. Owners have had Leo for 5 years and are surrendering because of pet health
Leo has lived with a child the age of 2 and was very affectionate and relaxed around the child. Leo didn’t play much with the child but likes to be pet by them. Leo plays gently with adults. Leo has lived with a dog and was respectful around him. Leo has not lived with other cats. Around strangers Leo is friendly and outgoing.
IN car rides Leo is quiet and calm. Leo does not like getting bathes and will struggle to get out of the water scratch and bite. 9has not bitten in the last 10 days). Leo isn’t bothered when getting his nails trimmed or being picked up and held. Leo id afraid of getting brushed and will run away. Leo isn’t bothered when being placed in a carrier. Leo has been house soiling daily for the last couple of months.
For the new family to know
Leo was described as friendly affectionate and nice with a medium activity level. Leo enjoys playing with balls mouse toys and string. When home with Leo he will follow you around seeking attention. Leo eats cosco brand wet food and gets mixed flavors. Leo use to be litter box trained but is now going outside the litter box. Leo has an uncovered litter box with clumping litter. Leo has a vertical scratching post made of carpet. When its time for bed Leo likes to sleep on the bed with you.
Behavior during intake
Leo was very quiet during intake. He allowed to be scanned and collared with a loose body. Leo enjoyed being pet and was very relaxed. Leo laid down while being handled and began to purr.
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