MAXINE – A1098514
Safe - 2-14-2017 Brooklyn
SAFE 2/14/17 Sweet older Maxine is having a tougher time adjusting to the shelter environment, but she was described by her previous owner as mellow, friendly, and relaxed. She has lived with another cat and is described as very affectionate with them, and she has comfortably been around an 8 year old child. If given a chance, she should warm up over time and love her new forever home the best way she knows how!
MAXINE – A1098514
SPAYED FEMALE, BRN TABBY, DOMESTIC SH MIX,13 yrs
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason PERS PROB
Intake condition GERIATRIC Intake Date 12/03/2016, From NY 11233, DueOut Date 12/03/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary scanned negative sex:female-spayed age:13 yrs as per owner BARH ear,eyes and nose is clear teeth:upper left canine teeth is broken ear mites negative fleas negative geriatric healthy tense and nervous during examin ambx4 NOSF
age:13 yrs. as per owner
ear, eyes and nose is clear
teeth: upper left canine teeth is broken
ear mites negative
tense and nervous during examin
O: QAR. Hiding in back of cage, very tense and begins growling when touched, flinching away with ears back. Limited exam only.
EENT: No oculonasal discharge.
MS: Good body condition.
INTEG: Full, clean haircoat.
A: Appears healthy but unable to complete through exam today.
P: Recheck in 2 days – as cat settles in, will hopefully allow a better exam.
Hiding behind litter box, pressed against back of cage, head up. Alert, tense, wary. Hisses when I first approach, but softens some and allows me to rub head. Not ready for a lot of interaction yet. Looks a little like a Margaret Keane painting. Captivating. Left some treats and sprayed Feliway.
Maxine is a spayed brown tabby DHS cat that is 13 years old. The owner rescued Maxine from a rescue when she was a kitten. Maxine has been her loyal companion ever since. The owner is surrendering Maxine due to moving out the country. Maxine has no known illness.
Maxine greets stranger by the door and leans to be petted. She warms up to new people quickly. She displays the same behavior around children. She has been introduced to child ages 8 years old. Maxine has lived with one adult in the home. She is gentle and affectionate. Maxine has lived with a female cat and they groomed each other in the house and enjoy being petted. Maxine has never been around dog.
Maxine is fearful of bath and having her nails trimmed. She struggles away and tense up. She allows to be picked up. She walks into her carrier and enjoys being petted. Maxine has never had a bite or scratch history.
Maxine always uses her open litter box. She does not use her rough rope scratching post. She uses the carpet or sofa.
Maxine is described as friendly, mellow and relaxed. She does not care much for cat toys but she loves attention and affection. She loves to look through the window. Her favorite cat food is Kibble dry and pate Friskies. She had a scratching post but she did not use it. She loves to snuggle next to the owner.
Maxine during intake was friendly and relaxed. She allowed being holding and petting. She allowed being collard, scanned and photographed.
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