LEONIDES – A1102518
Safe - 2-8-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 2/8/17 Leonides was dumped for a new baby – sweet friendly boy wants to be your new baby!!!
LEONIDES – A1102518
NEUTERED MALE, BLACK / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH,2 yrs
STRAY – EVALUATE, HOLD RELEASED Reason NEW BABY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 01/30/2017, From NY 11233, DueOut Date 01/30/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary S/O:S/O: initial exam, BAR on presentation. Allowed all handling, social scan negative Young adult, approx. 2 years. Neutered male mm = pink, moist adequate hydration INTEG = clean coat, mild skin flaking, no signs of ectoparasites EENT = clear OU, Clean AU, no nasal discharge, Mild gingivitis H/L = nma, NSR; eupneic – Clear lung fields bilaterally ABD = snp, nmp GU = M neutered, bladder small, soft; kidneys S+S LN = wnl MS = BCS: 4/9; amb. x 4. Claws present x 4 CNS = A+A A: 2 yo MI DSH apparently healthy Px: Excellent P: Recommend move to adoptions. Continue to monitor while in BACC
Leonides is a two year old black and white neutered domestic shorthair. He was surrendered by a friend on behalf of the owner. He was surrendered due to owner having a new baby and no longer having the time to care for Leonides. Leonides has no known medical issues, he was last taken to the ASPCA S/N mobile for vaccines.
Leonides has lived with two adults, a newborn and children ages ten and twelve. Owner stated Leonides is friendly around new people and loves to be rubbed and pet. He is described as respectful around the children and would engage in gentle play, owner stated the children were hands on with Leonides and if he felt overwhelmed he would walk away and hide out. He has not been around cats or dogs. Leonides has never bitten in his previous home.
Leonides is litterbox trained and uses an open litterbox and pellets litter. Leonides will scratch at the fabric couch in the home and was not provided a scratching post. Leonides was not bathed with waterless shampoo he likes to be brushed. Leonides does not mind when picked up and held. Leonides stated she loves to be pet and will rub against his owners leg and solicit attention. Leonides is described as a rambunctious and playful cat. Leonides has been kept only indoors and loves to play with string, balls and catnip toys. Leonides eats dry food Natural Balance and is fed twice a day.
Upon intake Leonides was relaxed and had his paws tucked while in the carrier. He was collared, scanned (positive) and photograph.
Previously lived with: Adults & children (newborn, 10 & 12yr old)
Behavior toward children: Relaxed, respectful and engages in gentle play
Behavior toward strangers: Friendly and social
Behavior toward cats: Unknown
Behavior toward dogs: Unknown
Bite history: No
Scratch history: No
Litter box training: Yes
Energy level/descriptors: Rambunctious and playful
Other notes: Not bothered being picked up/held. Was never offered a scratching post at home and instead scratches on the fabric couch. Loves playing with string, balls and catnip toys.
Cage Condition: No change
Reaction to assessor: Leonides was perched on the upper level of his condo with his paws folded and relaxed eyes.
Reaction when softly spoken to: Leonides lip licks, his ears tilt forward then he slowly gets up and jumps down to investigate.
Reaction to cage door opening: Leonides is calm and relaxed.
Reaction to touch: Leonides sniffs the assessor’s hand then gently leans in allowing rubs on his cheeks. His movements are slow, he allows petting all over and is very affectionate. After a couple soft passes he crawls into his cubby and starts purring and rolling around playfully.
Reaction to being picked up: Leonides is calm, relaxed and allows all handling.
ENRICHMENT NOTES: 01/31/17
Lying in litter box when I approach, calm and most relaxed. Bright and alert, handsome face. Yawns and a big stretch when I open cage door, comes up to front. Social, friendly, allows all handling, appreciates attention. Athletic, sturdy boy.
Lying in litter box when I approach, calm and most relaxed. Bright and alert, handsome face. Yawns and a big stretch when I open cage door, comes up to front. Social, friendly, allows all handling, appreciates attention. Athletic, sturdy boy. Loved some chicken I gave him, attached a mouse toy to his cage. Awesome adoptions cat.
A little nervous, but social, friendly and appreciates attention and petting. Brought to the interaction room this a.m. No problems picking up and moving, he was tense while being held and grabbed on. In the room he was still nervous, stuck to the back, just watching. Whenever I approached he was social and appreciated petting, rising up and into the attention. Social, friendly cat, still nervous and buildling his confidence in his new situation. He again grabbed on when I picked up and returned to kennel, was keen to jump back into his kennel, seems to feel safest in his “spot.”
MEDICAL BEHAVIOR: Allowed all handling, social
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Lively
CHARACTER TYPE: Social,Sweet, Affectionate, Easy Going
BEHAVIOR SUMMARY: Average
Leonides interacts with the observer, appreciates attention, is easy to handle and tolerates all petting. This cat is showing behavior appropriate for new or experienced cat parents.
S/O:S/O: initial exam, BAR on presentation. Allowed all handling, social
Young adult, approx. 2 years.
mm = pink, moist
INTEG = clean coat, mild skin flaking, no signs of ectoparasites
EENT = clear OU, Clean AU, no nasal discharge, Mild gingivitis
H/L = nma, NSR; eupneic – Clear lung fields bilaterally
ABD = snp, nmp
GU = M neutered, bladder small, soft; kidneys S+S
LN = wnl
MS = BCS: 4/9; amb. x 4. Claws present x 4
CNS = A+A
A: 2 yo MI DSH apparently healthy
P: Recommend move to adoptions. Continue to monitor while in BACC
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