MARILYN – 33906
Safe - 8-4-2018 Manhattan Rescue: Feline Rescue of SI Please honor your pledges: http://felinerescueofstatenisland.org/donation/
SAFE 8/4/18 A volunteer writes: Marilyn Monroe was a movie star. She has nothing on our Marilyn. First of all she is absolutely beautiful! She is shy, but if you talk softly to her, she will let you pet her. She is so sweet. Marilyn is looking for her own human to love. If you are looking for unconditional love look no further then Marilyn! Come meet your new forever friend at Manhattan Animal Care Center.
Marilyn is a pretty calico girl who needs a furever home.
Care Center Location: Manhattan
ZIP Code From: 10029
Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: Blue
Age: 1 year
Vet Notes: 2:08 PM
Prolonged conjunctivitis, OS. Was treated with terramycin with no improvement. Switched to gentamycin 3 days ago. Still no change
BAR, allows handling.
EENT — blepharospasm with mild mucoid discharge. Moderate to severe conjunctivitis with inflammation of the 3rd eyelid gland. Corneal stain is negative (although entire cornea difficult to vizualize)
moderate to severe conjunctivitis, OS — r/o infectious, foreign body, other
fluor stain — negative OU. Unable to fully vizualize cornea OS but moved 3rd eyelid gland out of the way with a q-tip to visualize as much as possible .
1 drop proparacaine OS
ofloxacin 1 drop OS q12h x 7 days
atropine 0.25inch q12h x 5 days — apply after the ofloxacin
L V T Notes: 2:18 PM
EENT – OD Marked conjunctivitis, blepharitis, blepharospasm
Currently being treated with terramycin
A – Non resolving OD blepharosaspm
– Switch from terramycin ointment to gentamycin eye drops BID for 7 days
– Onsior 2mg/kg SID SQ for 3 days
– Warm compression of eye SID for 3 days
L V T Notes: 1:57 PM
Fluroscein stain was performed on the left eye. Result was negative, and was reviewed by DR. 1438.
Vet Notes: 2:12 PM
EENT – 1mm round corneal opacity OS. OD clear. No ocular or nasal discharge. No conjunctivitis or euphoria seen.
A – OS Corneal opacity
– Rule out corneal ulcer
– Perform Fluorscene stain OU
– Report finding to rounds DVM
Vet Notes: 4:23 PM
Pt – BARH in kennel. No bleeding in kennel seen or signs of discomfort.
A – Pt recovering well from sx
P – Benign Neglect
Vet Notes: 6:49 PM
DVM Intake Exam
Estimated age:1 y
Microchip noted on Intake?n
Microchip Number (If Applicable):
Observed Behavior -calm, allows exam
Evidence of Cruelty seen -n
Evidence of Trauma seen -n
EENT: Eyes clear, ears clean, no nasal or ocular discharge noted
Oral Exam:clean teeth
PLN: No enlargements noted
H/L: NSR, NMA, CRT < 2, Lungs clear, eupnic
ABD: Non painful, no masses palpated
MSI: Ambulatory x 4, skin free of parasites, no masses noted, healthy hair coat
CNS: Mentation appropriate – no signs of neurologic abnormalities
Okay for surgery
Post Surgery Note: 11:42 AM
Pre-surgical exam, anesthesia, and surgery performed by ASPCA.
Green linear tattoo placed lateral to incision.
Start 0.43 ml Simbadol 1.8 mg/ml sid sq x 2 days and 0.33 ml Robenacoxib 1.8 mg/ml sid sq x 2 days as pain management.
Medical Assistant: 4:14 PM
As per Dr. 1493 start Gabapentin 200 mg/ml.
Start Gabapentin 200 mg/ml, 0.3 ml bid po x 7 days.
Animal Behavior Saved At: 16-Jul-2018 18:3:6.000
Animal Name: Marilyn
Age: 1 Year 1 Week
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Spayed / Neutered: Yes
Behavior Assessment Date:
Next Test Date:
Marilyn was brought in as a stray, so we don’t have any behavioral history or tendencies in a home environment.
7/9/18 Observed Behavior -calm, allows exam
Crouched position turned sideways at the back, alert with eyes wide open, no interest for treats and remains immobile in place during the petting along the head and body.
Curled up at back, eyes dilated, face hidden behind litter box. Briefly lifted head when spoken to, then hid face again. Perked up when given treats, softened a little bit. Sniffed hand, leaned slightly into pets, lowered head.
Curled up in cubby, blinking softly when coaxed. Leans in for cheek and chin rubs, purring, but remains curled up. Very sweet girl, but seems wary of surroundings. No interest in treats.
Curled up asleep in litter box. Woke and lifted head when door opened, calm, soft posture. Leaned into pets, lowered head again. Not feeling well?
Reaction to assessor:
Marilyn remains neutral, crouched position facing the front at the back of the cage.
Reaction when softly spoken to:
Marilyn becomes alert, eyes wide open.
Reaction to cage door opening:
Marilyn remains immobile in place, ears erect and forward.
Reaction to touch:
Marilyn accepts the touch, slowly leans in for pets, but remains wary with her surroundings.
Reaction to being picked up:
She becomes antsy then jumps back into the cage.
H – Healthy
Marilyn 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.
A volunteer writes: Marilyn Monroe was a movie star. She has nothing on our Marilyn. First of all she is absolutely beautiful! She is shy, but if you talk softly to her, she will let you pet her. She is so sweet. Marilyn is looking for her own human to love. If you are looking for unconditional love look no further then Marilyn! Come meet your new forever friend at Manhattan Animal Care Center.
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