LUKE – A1111633
Urgent - Manhattan
FOSTER CARE 7/13/17 Search your feelings, you know it to be true… LUKE is meant for you! Meet this young Jedi tabby @ MACC
LUKE was dumped along with 2 housemates for moving. He is already neutered, friendly and about 2 yrs old. Needs a furever home this time!
LUKE – A1111633
NEUTERED MALE, BRN TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,2 yrs, 1 mo
OWNER SUR – AVAILABLE, NO HOLD Reason MOVE2PRIVA
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 06/21/2017, From NY 10458, DueOut Date 06/21/2017, I came in with Group/Litter #K17-101607.
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary MC placed, CT (-), 0.45ml pyrantel, and advantage large cat Date: 6/21/17 Feline FVRCP Product Name: Nobivac 1-HCP Serial Number: 02061286C Location of Vaccination: RFL Revaccination Date: 7/5/17
Sex: neutered male
Age: reported 2y
Nose: no d/c
Teeth: mild staining
If abnormal BCS: WNL 5/9
Hair Coat: WNL
Any injuries: no
Behavior: quiet, somewhat shut down
Medication: N/A, preventatives given
Nervous but allows all handling, at first seemed unpredictable but did great for exam and vaccine
Clear OU/AU, nndc
OP minimal tartar
H/L reg, no obvious murmur, ssp, lungs clear/eupenic, no coughing or sneezing noted
MSK amb x 4
Integ wnl, no ectoparasites
Neuro alert and appropriate
P:No tx needed
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Mellow
CHARACTER TYPE: Shy
Previously lived with: adults and children ages 6 through 13 years of age
Behavior toward strangers: shy for a few minutes and plays gently/exuberantly
Behavior toward children: plays gently/exuberantly
Behavior toward cats: relaxed and affectionate
Litter box training: Yes
Other notes: described as mellow, confident, shy and quiet with a low to medium activity level.
6/22/17- Nervous but allows all handling, at first seemed unpredictable but did great for exam
6/22/17- In cubby behind litter box, eyes dilated. Stiffened when door opened, pressed back slightly against wall. Held immobile when pet, eyes darting.
Cage Condition: No change
Reaction to assessor: Luke remains crouched position at the back during the approach.
Reaction to cage door opening: Luke stiffens up in place, alert with eyes wide open.
Reaction to touch: Luke accepts the touch, but remains immobile in place and shows no interest.
Luke may be a little more independent, and may need time to warm up to his new home.
We recommend that this cat go to a home with experienced cat parents.
Luke is a domestic short hair cat who was surrendered along with house mates Cookie and Michael due to their previous owner moving to a place where animals are not allowed and unable to find them a new home.
Around strangers Luke is shy for a few minutes and plays gently/exuberantly with adults and children. Luke lived with children ages 6 through 13 years of age; around them Luke was relaxed and affectionate. Luke has lived with two other cats that she was relaxed and affectionate around. Luke has never lived with dogs so it is unknown how Luke would react to being around them.
Luke has never bitten/scratched another person/animal and has not shown any concerning behaviors while at home. Luke has never been in a car so it is unknown how she will react to that event Luke is fearful of being given a bath. Luke isn’t bothered by getting her nails trimmed, being picked up/held, placed in a carrier or disturbed while resting/sleeping.
For a New Family to Know:
Luke is described as mellow, confident, shy and quiet with a low to medium activity level. When at home Luke will follow around his owner and likes to play with string. Luke was kept indoors only and was fed dry food. Luke is litter box trained and used an uncovered litter box with clumping litter. Luke was not given a scratching post so it is unknown how he will react to one.
Luke was a bit timid during intake but warmed up to staff after some time. During intake Luke allowed staff to collar, scan for a microchip and take pictures with no signs of aggression.
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