LILLY – A1103521
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Total sweethearts, Lilly A1103521 the flame point Siamese & Luna A1103520 the all black sweetie, are from the same home, together here in the same kennel and are comfortable with each other. Lilly is mostly blind as well…could you take them today?
Here are some adorable videos of them:
LILLY – A1103521
SPAYED FEMALE, FLAME PT, DOMESTIC SH,10 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 02/12/2017, From NY 10304, DueOut Date 02/12/2017, I came in with Group/Litter #K17-088316.
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary 02/12/17 Microchip scan neg. FS, approx 10 yrs O: BARH. mm=pink, moist, CRT<2 s. Shy, allows all handling. ORAL: Mod. calculus, gingivitis. EENT: No ocuolonasal discharge, no sneezing. Slight nuclear sclerosis OU. H/L: Lungs clear, no murmurs/arrhythmias. ABD/UG: Female, spay scar palpable. MS: BCS=6/9. Amb x 4. INTEG: Full, clean haircoat. A: Age est 10 yrs. Dental disease. Otherwise apparently healthy senior cat. P: Rec. dental cleaning when placed. Excellent prognosis.
Lilly is a 10 year old spayed Flame Point domestic short hair. She was given to the owner 3 years ago from the previous owner. She is being surrendered because the owner’s rented house was sold and is moving into an apartment that does not allow pets. Lilly has not visited a vet but the owner says that she bumps into walls sometimes.
Lilly is friendly and outgoing when meeting new people. She has not interacted with children or dogs to her behavior with them. She has lived the last 3 years with another cat. Her and the other cat in the home do not play or groom each other but they are tolerated living with each other.
Lilly was relaxed and quite during car rides. She has not been bathed, have her nails trimmed, or brushed to know how she would react those activities. She is not bothered when picked up, held, or disturbed from sleep.
For a New Family to Know:
Lilly is described as affectionate, playful, friendly, mellow, and quiet. She has a medium activity level and likes to follow her owner around the home. She enjoys playing with balls with bells inside. She is kept indoors and is litter box trained. She is used an uncovered litter box with clay or clumping litter. She is used to Meow Mix dry cat food. She does not scratch on anything in the home.
Lilly walked out of the carrier on her own. When she was pet she would lift her legs and raise her back end. She nuzzled the counselor’s hand when her ears and neck were rubbed. She was easily collared and photographed. Lilly walked back in the carrier when wet food was placed inside.
Arrived from same home as Luna, -520; not currently housed together, not even in the same room. I now have Luna in a triple in Rm. 8, after checking with Medical will try to reunite today. Tense, lying in box at back of cage. Hisses as I extened my hand, never really focuses on me or hand, pupils wide dilated. Allows head rubs and gentle passes along back, doesn’t get out of box, but lifts into the petting, warms w/ the attention. Likes Temptations treats. Waved a feather toy around, never focused on it. Seems like possibly has vision issues?? Profile notes that she would sometimes bump into the wall. Will ask medical to check. Social, sweet cat, needs time to adjust. Sprayed Feliway. Gorgeous cat. Returned to move Lilly into the triple kennel with housemate Luna; Quieter now, easy to pick up and move. Definitely aware of each other in the new triple, each sticking to one side for now. Will monitor. Checked back, and both are sticking to their own sides, but both are warm, social, affectionate, friendly. Vet comfirmed that Lilly is (most likely) blind, explains why she hissed a little when I first approached this a.m., but she’s an absolute sweetheart, couldn’t look any more different than Luna! Gave a new plush toy and some treats.
S/O: QARH. Attention seeking, allows all handling. BCS 6/9
EENT: Mild dental tartar/gingivitis, mild nuclear sclerosis, iris atophy, dilated pupils with slightly red sheen to both eyes, no palpebral response, slow and decreased PLR OU, no ocular discharge, comfortable on exam, no nasal discharge, ears wnl
HL: Normal thoracic auscultation
MS: Ambulatory x 4
A: Geriatric, appears blind – R/O retinal disease vs uveitis vs other
P: Rec CBC/Chem/T4 to rule out underlying diseases. Continue to monitor while at BACC
Open prognosis depending on underlying condition
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