MAR – A1102431
Safe - 2-4-2017 Brooklyn
MAR – A1102431
NEUTERED MALE, RED / ORG TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,2 yrs
STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 01/28/2017, From NY 11212, DueOut Date 01/31/2017,
Medical Behavior Evaluation YELLOW
Medical Summary scanned nagetive sex:male-neutered age:approximately 2 yrs BARH ear,eyes and nose is clear teeth:clean ear mites negative fleas negative unable to put collar due to behavior tense,nervous and will flee during examin -used net ambx4 NOSF
Mar had minimual handling, however during intake he was nervous whille in the trap cage, but after being place in the carrier he warmed up a little and photo was taken with him inthe carrier.
A social cat that was trapped and brought here. Nervous and wary as I first approach, shifts between sides of his kennel, wide-eyed, makes lots of eye contact. Settles in his litter box and when I approach slowly with a piece of chicken, he extends to sniff but doesn’t eat but starts rubbing his face against the side of his box and rolling around playfully. With a slow, gentle approach I reach to give head rubs, and he immediattly perks up, lifts up and pushes chin into my hand, starts to come forward, friendly. He lets me pet all over, enjoying and appreciating the attention, soliciting more. I picked him up and held easily; when I return to his kennel he eats his chicken and then solicits more attention. Social, friendly, clean, really handsome cat who is understandbly nervous and unsure here yet after arriving just last night after being trapped and will take a little time to adjust to this environment. His kennel is right by the door, which frequently opens, and the dogs in the next room are really loud, which he clearly finds distracting. Removed “will flee” and “use caution” stickers. UDPDATE: He’s already beginning to come to the front, soliciting attention, rollling around playfully. Hasn’t made any attempts to flee, is social and friendly, just a bit nervous and unsure still. Medical just vaxed without any trouble.
BARH, social – elicits attention and allowed all handling
Good appetite. Normal U/BM
EENT: Clean adult dentition. Ears clean AU. Eyes clear OU. NND
H/L Auscult WNL
GHC; no ectos
Amb x4; AA
MN – no descended testes
A: Young adult MN DSH
P: No treatment needed
CTM at BACC with food/water
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