LEO – A1104933
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SAFE 3/4/17 Underweight Orange Tabby LEO Is Looking For Forever To Love @ BACC
Leo A1104933, Owner Surrender, 1 Year 1 Month Old, Female, Orange Tabby/White DSH, 4.2 lbs.
S: The patient is stable. No vomiting, diarrhea, coughing or sneezing.
O: BCS 3/9 3% dehydrated, mm pink and moist
Cv- Normal heart sounds
Ms- one healed fratures rib on the right part of the thorax
ug- white discharge coming from the vul
neuro ambulatory in all 4
felv/fiv – negative for both
A: vaginal discharge- heat vs vaginitis vs pyometra
Loosing weight- parasies vs other
No treatment at this moment.
Lymph nodes- Np lymph nodes
Leo the ginger girl, from a hoarding situation. Scared, sitting up but drooping over in a rear corner of kennel. When I slowly approach and begin petting she “collapses” into a curled-up position, tail wrapped around body. Allows petting all over but really nervous and unsure still. Needs time to adjust. May have some medical issues, needs some XTLC. Really adorable, tiny, quiet, scared. Gave some tuna and sprayed Feliway.
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